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used in The Count of Monte Cristo

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at the same time
  • "Is it possible?" burst simultaneously from all who were near enough to the magistrate to hear his words.
    Chapters 5-6 (94% in)
  • The old father and Mercedes remained for some time apart, each absorbed in grief; but at length the two poor victims of the same blow raised their eyes, and with a simultaneous burst of feeling rushed into each other's arms.
    Chapters 5-6 (36% in)
  •—one of those masterly productions of grace, method, and elegance in which the whole corps de ballet, from the principal dancers to the humblest supernumerary, are all engaged on the stage at the same time; and a hundred and fifty persons may be seen exhibiting the same attitude, or elevating the same arm or leg with a simultaneous movement, that would lead you to suppose that but one mind, one act of volition, influenced the moving mass—the ballet was called "Poliska."
    Chapters 33-34 (78% in)
  • "Impossible!" cried all the guests simultaneously.
    Chapters 63-64 (12% in)
  • The eight oars fell into the sea simultaneously without splashing a drop of water, and the boat, yielding to the impulsion, glided forward.
    Chapter 117 (11% in)

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