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used in Candide

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  • Candide, from a natural impulse, looked at these two slaves more attentively than at the other oarsmen, and approached them with pity.
    Chapter 27 (56% in)
  • The aged faithful attendant, victim of a hundred acts of rape by negro pirates, remembers that she is the daughter of a pope, and that in honor of her approaching marriage with a Prince of Massa-Carrara all Italy wrote sonnets of which not one was passable.
    Introduction (39% in)
  • The young man approaches, he raises the veil with a timid hand.
    Chapter 7 (54% in)
  • The Abbe was not the man to approach Miss Clairon, who saw only good company.
    Chapter 22 (31% in)
  • We have a crowd of silly writings, but all together do not approach the impertinence of 'Gauchat, Doctor of Divinity.'
    Chapter 22 (43% in)
  • The company in great surprise looked at one another without speaking a word, when another domestic approached his master and said to him: "Sire, your Majesty's chaise is at Padua, and the boat is ready."
    Chapter 26 (28% in)

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