"Sire," said Villefort, "the suddenness of this event must prove to your majesty that the issue is in the hands of Providence; what your majesty is pleased to attribute to me as profound perspicacity is simply owing to chance, and I have profited by that chance, like a good and devoted servant—that’s all.
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Such legislation would require perspicacity all too rare in the congress.
He had come to look on her perspicacity in this matter as a sort of second sight.
Wodehouse, Pelham Grenville -- The Man Upstairs and Other Stories