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  • Their own compatriots—save those previously known or properly accredited—they treated with an even more pronounced disdain; so that, unless they ran across a Chivers, a Dagonet or a Mingott, their months abroad were spent in an unbroken tete-a-tete.

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  • My compatriot and I are looking for a good restaurant.
  • I wanted to ask Rhea who his two compatriots were in the Triumvirate, but I decided I could not bear the information at present.
    Rick Riordan  --  The Trials of Apollo

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