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vis--vis -- (French)
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The Age of Innocence
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  • The afternoon sunlight still lingered upon the bright lawns and shrubberies, and up and down Bellevue Avenue rolled a double line of victorias, dog-carts, landaus and "vis-a-vis," carrying well-dressed ladies and gentlemen away from the Beaufort garden-party, or homeward from their daily afternoon turn along the Ocean Drive.

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  • "Which makes me wonder if the wights have been tinkering with nature," said Millard, "vis--vis the transference of peculiar souls."
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