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The Age of Innocence
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  • You live in their milieu?" she asked, her eyes full of interest.
  • I don’t know that the arts have a milieu here, any of them; they’re more like a very thinly settled outskirt."

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  • the milieu of 1960’s Haight-Ashbury
  • Much of white America is unfamiliar with the milieu of the black church.
    James Carney & Amy Sullivan  --  Time, "The Origin of Obama’s Pastor Problem", Mar 19, 2008  --,8599,1723990,00.html(retrieved 02/04/09)

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