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transpire
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The servant announced the young man; but the banker, recollecting what had transpired the day before, did not wish him admitted.
  • Were you ever in the habit of writing in the evening what had transpired in the morning?
  • Do you not know that all Paris knew it yesterday, and the day before it had already transpired on the Bourse, and M. Danglars (I do not know by what means that man contrives to obtain intelligence as soon as we do) made a million!
  • A murmur of approbation ran through the assembly; and at this moment, Albert, had nothing more transpired, your father’s cause had been gained.
  • I learned what had transpired this morning in the House of Peers, and what was to take place this evening;
  • But he had been unable to send to Albert the following particulars, as the events had transpired after the messenger’s departure; namely, that the same day a great agitation was manifest in the House of Peers among the usually calm members of that dignified assembly.

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  • We do not yet know what will transpire at tomorrow’s meeting.
  • We expect it will transpire at the hearings next week.

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