1 Within reach of her hand they placed a small table upon which stood a bottle of orangeade, her usual beverage, and a glass.
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2 Monte Cristo and Haidee took the beverage in the original Arabian manner, that is to say, without sugar.
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3 Oh, yes," she exclaimed, "I recognize the flavor of my nocturnal beverage which refreshed me so much, and seemed to ease my aching brain.
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4 It might have been thought that he hoped the beverage would be mortal, and that he sought for death to deliver him from a duty which he would rather die than fulfil.
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5 Miss Gradgrind readily permitting Mrs. Sparsit to do anything she pleased, that considerate lady made the beverage, and handed it to Mr. Bounderby.
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6 It seems to me, reverend father," said the knight, "that the small morsels which you eat, together with this holy, but somewhat thin beverage, have thriven with you marvellously.
7 Feeling the need of something to do, he ordered tea, and, still marvelling at the strangeness of his position, was about to pour out the beverage when the door opened and Nozdrev made his appearance.
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8 That beverage was already known to the French and had been given a special name.
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9 I was mightily refreshed by the beverage; as much so as a giant with wine: it gave new tone to my unstrung nerves, and enabled me to address this penetrating young judge steadily.
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10 Here is the stain on the lining caused by the explosion of a temperance beverage, an incident that occurred at Leamington.
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