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- It was inconceivable to him that Charles' only son should be reared where he could not supervise the rearing.2.8 (73% in)
- It was inconceivable that the bustling town they knew, so full of people, so crowded with soldiers, was gone.3.28 (54% in)
- Melanie had never seen evil, never seen cruelty, and now that she looked on them for the first time she found them too inconceivable to believe.5.56 (94% in)
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