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warrant
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • If you will permit me, I shall be happy to show you my picture gallery, composed entirely of works by the ancient masters—warranted as such.
  • My father, who was such a brave soldier, whose career was so brilliant"— "Oh, well, he will add, ’We are warranted in believing that this Fernand is not the illustrious Count of Morcerf, who also bears the same Christian name.’
  • "Ah, well," exclaimed Chateau-Renaud, who because he had seen his thirtieth summer fancied himself duly warranted in assuming a sort of paternal air with his more youthful friend, "you young people are never satisfied; why, what would you have more? your parents have chosen you a bride built on the model of Diana, the huntress, and yet you are not content."

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  • The company’s reputation for high-quality products is no longer warranted.
  • She believes the invasion of privacy is warranted to assist in the battle against terrorists.

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