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  • How do we know how he would have stood up in this war? I remember when I thought Largo was O.K. Durruti was good and his own people shot him there at the Puente de los Franceses.
  • Muck them to hell together, Largo, Prieto, Asensio, Miaja, Rojo, all of them.

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  • "Nothing, Jean Louise," she said, in stately largo, "the cooks and field hands are just dissatisfied, but they’re settling down now— they grumbled all next day after that trial."
    Harper Lee  --  To Kill a Mockingbird
  • A series of eloquent largo passages begins to fill the hall.
    Don DeLillo  --  Underworld

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