1 Candide, brought up in Germany, asked what was the etiquette, and how they treated queens of England in France.
2 during the voyage from Cherbourg, causing a round table to be cut over into a square table, appeared to be more anxious about imperilled etiquette than about the crumbling monarchy.
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3 The queen made a curtsy, less from etiquette than because her knees were sinking under her.
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4 Around the table reigned that noisy hilarity which usually prevails at such a time among people sufficiently free from the demands of social position not to feel the trammels of etiquette.
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5 Beauchamp wished to go in alone, but Albert observed that as this was an unusual circumstance he might be allowed to deviate from the usual etiquette in affairs of honor.
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6 She wondered, indeed, at his thinking it necessary to do so; but supposed it to be the proper etiquette.
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7 But he knew that by the etiquette of the race course it was not merely impossible for him to see the horse, but improper even to ask questions about him.
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8 His wife's family did not have his sort of manners, or his sort of etiquette.
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9 In everything else the etiquette of the day might stand the strictest investigation.
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10 The shutters had been opened, but the blinds were already down, with that obedience to the etiquette of death which the British woman of the lower classes always rigidly observes.
11 Two major-generals got killed strictly according to military etiquette.
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12 "'Tis an etiquette I despise," said he.
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13 But after all, according to the Continental code of etiquette, it's very bad form for husband and wife to love each other.
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