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1  "That is my husband," said the Thenardier.
Les Misérables (V1) By Victor Hugo
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2  Madame Thenardier was vicious with Cosette.
Les Misérables (V1) By Victor Hugo
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3  "I must see about it," replied the Thenardier.
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4  "Total, fifty-seven francs," said Madame Thenardier.
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5  "Six times seven makes forty-two," said the Thenardier.
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6  Thenardier, in particular, was troublesome for a physiognomist.
Les Misérables (V1) By Victor Hugo
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7  "My name is Madame Thenardier," said the mother of the two little girls.
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8  Madame Thenardier was just intelligent enough to read this sort of books.
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9  This cook-shop was kept by some people named Thenardier, husband and wife.
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10  They managed to obtain the address: Monsieur, Monsieur Thenardier, inn-keeper at Montfermeil.
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11  Mother Thenardier loved her two daughters passionately, which caused her to hate the stranger.
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12  The Thenardier made one of those movements of surprise which signify neither assent nor refusal.
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13  Thanks to the traveller's fifty-seven francs, Thenardier had been able to avoid a protest and to honor his signature.
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14  As she had no longer any clothes, they dressed her in the cast-off petticoats and chemises of the Thenardier brats; that is to say, in rags.
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15  As she passed the Thenardier hostelry, the two little girls, blissful in the monster swing, had dazzled her in a manner, and she had halted in front of that vision of joy.
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16  Later on, when her hair, arranged in a romantically drooping fashion, began to grow gray, when the Magaera began to be developed from the Pamela, the female Thenardier was nothing but a coarse, vicious woman, who had dabbled in stupid romances.
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17  In the meanwhile, Thenardier, having learned, it is impossible to say by what obscure means, that the child was probably a bastard, and that the mother could not acknowledge it, exacted fifteen francs a month, saying that "the creature" was growing and "eating," and threatening to send her away.
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