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The Count of Monte Cristo
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flexible
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • His arms became stiff, his legs lost their flexibility, and he was almost breathless.
  • Between these sickly shrubs grew a scanty supply of garlic, tomatoes, and eschalots; while, lone and solitary, like a forgotten sentinel, a tall pine raised its melancholy head in one of the corners of this unattractive spot, and displayed its flexible stem and fan-shaped summit dried and cracked by the fierce heat of the sub-tropical sun.
  • Chateau-Renaud contented himself with tapping his boot with his flexible cane.
  • Haidee was reclining upon soft downy cushions, covered with blue satin spotted with silver; her head, supported by one of her exquisitely moulded arms, rested on the divan immediately behind her, while the other was employed in adjusting to her lips the coral tube of a rich narghile, through whose flexible pipe she drew the smoke fragrant by its passage through perfumed water.

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  • The job has flexible working hours.
  • flexible schedules

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