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- "Oh," observed Madame de Villefort, "it must be an admirable anti-spasmodic."Chapters 51-52 (95% in)
- Ali turned his intelligent countenance towards the boy, on whom he gazed without any apparent emotion; but the spasmodic working of the nostrils showed to the practiced eye of Monte Cristo that the Arab had been wounded to the heart.Chapters 47-48 (43% in)
- In the meanwhile, as the thing is difficult to find in France, and your abbe is not probably disposed to make a journey to Paris on my account, I must continue to use Monsieur Planche's anti-spasmodics; and mint and Hoffman's drops are among my favorite remedies.Chapters 51-52 (96% in)
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