1 One is conscious of something hideous, as though one's soul were becoming amalgamated with the darkness.
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2 It is black in misfortune, it is blacker still in crime; these two blacknesses amalgamated, compose slang.
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3 Claquesous had nowhere left any trace of his disappearance; he would seem to have amalgamated himself with the invisible.
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4 It was the post of secretary of the committee of the amalgamated agency of the southern railways, and of certain banking companies.
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5 And moreover, when both are sincere and good, no men so penetrate each other, and so amalgamate with each other, as an old priest and an old soldier.
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6 To terminate this duel, to amalgamate the pure idea with the humane reality, to cause right to penetrate pacifically into the fact and the fact into right, that is the task of sages.
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7 The grandfather, haughty, with head held high, amalgamating more than ever in his toilet and his manners all the elegances of the epoch of Barras, escorted Cosette.
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