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The Age of Innocence
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glacier
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The Age of Innocence
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  • She always, indeed, struck Newland Archer as having been rather gruesomely preserved in the airless atmosphere of a perfectly irreproachable existence, as bodies caught in glaciers keep for years a rosy life-in-death.
  • But Archer had seen, on his last visit to Paris, the delicious play of Labiche, "Le Voyage de M. Perrichon," and he remembered M. Perrichon’s dogged and undiscouraged attachment to the young man whom he had pulled out of the glacier.

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  • Scientist believe Europe will continue to face greater glacier retreat due to global warming.
  • The region depends upon ice melt from glaciers for its water supply.

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