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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • In a few minutes, through all the doors, down all the staircases, by every exit, every one hastened to retire, or rather to fly; for it was a situation where the ordinary condolences,—which even the best friends are so eager to offer in great catastrophes,—were seen to be utterly futile.

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  • They sent their condolences.
  • She sent a letter of condolence upon hearing of the loss of his father.

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