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The Count of Monte Cristo
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reparation
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • If a man had by unheard-of and excruciating tortures destroyed your father, your mother, your betrothed,—a being who, when torn from you, left a desolation, a wound that never closes, in your breast,—do you think the reparation that society gives you is sufficient when it interposes the knife of the guillotine between the base of the occiput and the trapezal muscles of the murderer, and allows him who has caused us years of moral sufferings to escape with a few moments of physical…
  • "If it be so," replied the magistrate, "rely upon every reparation being made; meanwhile, I am the bearer of an order of arrest, and although I most reluctantly perform the task assigned me, it must, nevertheless, be fulfilled.
  • " ’ "Because, sir," said the president, "you have insulted a man, and that man will not go one step farther without demanding honorable reparation."

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  • Immediately after understanding the roadbuilders’ intentions, the chief set off toward the coast, seeking explanations and reparations.
    Alice Walker  --  The Color Purple
  • There is that for which there can be no reparation—the loss of life sustained by Shadowhunters and lycanthropes in battle, those who were torn from us by the Infernal Cup—
    Cassandra Clare  --  City of Heavenly Fire

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