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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • As the count was immensely rich, excepting the danger Carmela had run,—and the marvellous manner in which she had escaped, made that appear to him rather a favor of providence than a real misfortune,—the loss occasioned by the conflagration was to him but a trifle.

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  • sparked the current conflagration by releasing the report
  • To the south a monster conflagration was filling the sky, and we knew that the great ghetto was burning.
    Jack London  --  The Iron Heel

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