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  • Villefort had never been so concise and eloquent.
  • M. de Villefort’s communications on the subject were very limited and concise; he told her, in fact, that an explanation had taken place between M. Noirtier, M. d’Epinay, and himself, and that the marriage of Valentine and Franz would consequently be broken off.

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  • She deducts points if the paper is not concise enough.
  • Vigorous writing is concise.
    William Strunk Jr.

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