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interrogatory
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

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Definition
law:  a formal question submitted in writing which must be answered
  • The night was cold and still; the family had all retired to rest but Villefort, who alone remained up, and worked till five o'clock in the morning, reviewing the last interrogatories made the night before by the examining magistrates, compiling the depositions of the witnesses, and putting the finishing stroke to the deed of accusation, which was one of the most energetic and best conceived of any he had yet delivered.
    Chapters 107-108 (61% in)

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