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1  She said that Madame Antoine had related it to her.
The Awakening By Kate Chopin
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2  They all knew each other, and felt like one large family, among whom existed the most amicable relations.
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3  It was some utter nonsense; some adventure out there in the water, and they both tried to relate it at once.
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4  Robert related incidents of his sojourn in Mexico, and Edna talked of events likely to interest him, which had occurred during his absence.
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5  He looked up from his pompano and inquired of Arobin if he were related to the gentleman of that name who formed one of the firm of Laitner and Arobin, lawyers.
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6  In short, Mrs. Pontellier was beginning to realize her position in the universe as a human being, and to recognize her relations as an individual to the world within and about her.
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7  Never would Edna Pontellier forget the shock with which she heard Madame Ratignolle relating to old Monsieur Farival the harrowing story of one of her accouchements, withholding no intimate detail.
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8  The Colonel, with little sense of humor and of the fitness of things, related a somber episode of those dark and bitter days, in which he had acted a conspicuous part and always formed a central figure.
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