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The Age of Innocence
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  • The chances were that May, who knew nothing of his professional life, and had never shown any interest in it, would not learn of the postponement, should it take place, nor remember the names of the litigants if they were mentioned before her; and at any rate he could no longer put off seeing Madame Olenska.

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  • I’m hoping we won’t have to litigate the matter.
  • I am trying to avoid litigation.

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