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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • I hoped that the active and laborious life of a smuggler, with the severe discipline on board, would have a salutary effect on his character, which was now well-nigh, if not quite, corrupt.
  • Oh, no. In the first place, let us agree that the word poison does not exist, because in medicine use is made of the most violent poisons, which become, according as they are employed, most salutary remedies.
  • " ’Ah,’ continued my father, still frowning, ’their idolized emperor treated these madmen as they deserved; he called them ’food for powder,’ which was precisely all they were good for; and I am delighted to see that the present government have adopted this salutary principle with all its pristine vigor; if Algiers were good for nothing but to furnish the means of carrying so admirable an idea into practice, it would be an acquisition well worthy of struggling to obtain.

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  • the salutary influence of mountain air
  • While advertising the drug’s salutary features, the company warns of possible side-effects.

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