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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • I have seen Russians devour, without being visibly inconvenienced, vegetable substances which would infallibly have killed a Neapolitan or an Arab.
  • An infallible one.
  • Next to the merit of infallibility which you appear to possess, I rank that of candidly acknowledging a fault.
  • In the eyes of many, Benedetto appeared, if not a victim to, at least an instance of, the fallibility of the law.
  • "Well, my dear viscount," said Monte Cristo, "I have an infallible remedy to propose to you."
  • ; in fact, he could say, ’These two children of a cruel and persecuting king, who have inherited the vices of their father, which I alone could perceive in their juvenile propensities—these two children are impediments in my way of promoting the happiness of the English people, whose unhappiness they (the children) would infallibly have caused.’
  • For women have infallible instincts; they can even explain the marvellous by an algebraic calculation they have invented; but I, who only understand my own figures, know nothing more than that one day these figures deceived me.
  • However," continued Monte Cristo, drawing a small phial from his pocket, "I have an infallible remedy."
  • "This devil of a fellow," he muttered, shaking his head; "I said at the time he would create a sensation here, and I measure his effect by an infallible thermometer.

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  • She considers the Pope infallible.
  • She has an infallible memory.

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