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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Are you quite impervious to good advice?
  • The sea, knowing what was required of her, threw over them her weeds, encircled them with coral, and encrusted them with shells; the whole was cemented by two hundred years beneath these almost impervious depths, for a revolution carried away the emperor who wished to make the trial, and only left the documents proving the manufacture of the jars and their descent into the sea.

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  • She has made up her mind and is impervious to criticism.
  • a material impervious to water

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