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- Miss Abbot turned to divest a stout leg of the necessary ligature.Chapter 2 (8% in)
- His shape, now divested of cloak, I perceived harmonised in squareness with his physiognomy: I suppose it was a good figure in the athletic sense of the term — broad chested and thin flanked, though neither tall nor graceful.Chapter 13 (21% in)
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