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The Count of Monte Cristo
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preparatory
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Lucien had found time, preparatory to the count’s arrival, to relate many particulars respecting him to Madame Danglars.
  • "I once thought," continued Faria, "of removing these iron bars, and letting myself down from the window, which, as you see, is somewhat wider than yours, although I should have enlarged it still more preparatory to my flight; however, I discovered that I should merely have dropped into a sort of inner court, and I therefore renounced the project altogether as too full of risk and danger.

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  • The preparatory school has a reputation for sending students to top colleges.
  • She opened the meeting with some preparatory remarks.

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