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opera
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  • You were coming out of the Italian Opera, ma’am, in white satin and jewels, a blaze of splendour, when I hadn’t a penny to buy a link to light you.’
  • At the time when, to have been a tumbler in the mud of the streets, would have been a godsend to me, a prize in the lottery to me, you were at the Italian Opera.
  • ’I certainly, sir,’ returned Mrs. Sparsit, with a dignity serenely mournful, ’was familiar with the Italian Opera at a very early age.’

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  • She is a popular opera singer.
  • We’re going to the opera this evening.

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