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The Age of Innocence
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  • "Certain nuances escape Beaufort," said Mr. Jackson, cautiously inspecting the broiled shad, and wondering for the thousandth time why Mrs. Archer’s cook always burnt the roe to a cinder.

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  • She is well-versed in the nuance of international diplomacy.
  • Be direct. She often misses nuance.

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