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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • A large wound, extending from the temple to the mouth, was bleeding profusely.
  • "Is that she, mamma?" asked Eugenie; "almost opposite to us, with that profusion of beautiful light hair?"
  • …walls, ceiling, floor, were all covered with magnificent skins as soft and downy as the richest carpets; there were heavy-maned lion-skins from Atlas, striped tiger-skins from Bengal; panther-skins from the Cape, spotted beautifully, like those that appeared to Dante; bear-skins from Siberia, fox-skins from Norway, and so on; and all these skins were strewn in profusion one on the other, so that it seemed like walking over the most mossy turf, or reclining on the most luxurious bed.
  • "Never mind, dearest mother," said a young and lovely girl, with a profusion of light brown hair, and eyes that seemed to float in liquid crystal, " ’tis all my fault for seizing upon M. de Villefort, so as to prevent his listening to what you said.

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  • It grows profusely in this area.
  • She expressed profuse gratitude.

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