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  • …that the apothecary had not mixed the prussic acid strong enough, and that he must take another bottle or two to finish the work he had in hand, entered into a catalogue of that amiable gentleman’s gallantries, deceptions, extravagances, and infidelities (especially the last), winding up with a protest against being supposed to entertain the smallest remnant of regard for him; and adducing, in proof of the altered state of her affections, the circumstance of his having poisoned himself…

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  • The candidate was accused of marital infidelity.
  • I forgive his infidelity which I have reason to believe he also regrets...
    Alexandre Dumas  --  Ten Years Later

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