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An Ideal Husband
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  • She has just arrived from Vienna.
  • Since he has been at the Foreign Office, he has been so much talked of in Vienna.
  • I really must go to Vienna next winter.
  • Our attaches at Vienna write to us about nothing else.
  • And now tell me, what makes you leave your brilliant Vienna for our gloomy London—or perhaps the question is indiscreet?
  • And I have come all the way from Vienna in order that you should thoroughly understand me.
  • I have got to telegraph to Vienna to-night.
  • I don’t regret my tedious journey from Vienna now.
  • Well, as soon as I hear from Vienna, I shall let you know the result.
  • ] Well, I shall send a cipher telegram to the Embassy at Vienna, to inquire if there is anything known against her.
  • ] But it is worth while my wiring to Vienna, is it not?
  • ] You have heard nothing from Vienna yet, in answer to your wire?

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  • Of all the world’s cities, they ranked Vienna as the best place to live.
  • We had a good time while he was in Paris, and then he went off to Vienna.
    Ernest Hemingway  --  The Sun Also Rises

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