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sovereignty
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • As Villefort observes, it is a great act of folly to have left such a man between Corsica, where he was born, and Naples, of which his brother-in-law is king, and face to face with Italy, the sovereignty of which he coveted for his son.

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  • China does not recognize Taiwan’s claims to sovereignty.
  • Just what is it that America stands for? If she stands for one thing more than another it is for the sovereignty of self-governing people.
    Woodrow Wilson

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