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used in The Princess Bride

5 uses
  • The Count said, "Dispose of the body," because, even though he couldn't see the albino, he knew the albino was there.
    p. 286.6
  • True, he had told her quite honestly that if she said "no" he would have to have her disposed of, in order to keep respect for the Crown at its proper level; still, she could have, had she so chosen, said "no."
    p. 101.4
  • Any man who can get by Inigo and Fezzik would have no trouble disposing of me.
    p. 174.8
  • Westley had his sword by then, and with two quick thrusts, the trio of rats was disposed of.
    p. 214.4
  • Which was vaguely irritating to Humperdinck because, to tell the absolute truth, torture was never all that high on his scale of passions, and he would just as soon have disposed of Westley right then.
    p. 250.7

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