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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Was he liberated, then?
  • "My dear sir, the government is rich and does not want your treasures," replied the inspector; "keep them until you are liberated."
  • He pretended to know of an immense treasure, and offered vast sums to the government if they would liberate him.
  • Peppino was a handsome young man of four or five and twenty, bronzed by the sun; he carried his head erect, and seemed on the watch to see on which side his liberator would appear.
  • The obscurity augmented the acuteness of his hearing; at the slightest sound he rose and hastened to the door, convinced they were about to liberate him, but the sound died away, and Dantes sank again into his seat.
  • The order of imprisonment came from high authority, and the order for his liberation must proceed from the same source; and, as Napoleon has scarcely been reinstated a fortnight, the letters have not yet been forwarded.
  • Who was your liberator?
  • No, reverend sir; I have been liberated by some one.
  • "But what if I am not liberated," cried he, "and am detained here until my death? this treasure will be lost.

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  • She works to liberate the religious minority from persecution.
  • She is a spokesperson for women’s liberation in that country.

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