1 Fantine mingled in the group, and began to laugh with the rest at the harangue, which contained slang for the populace and jargon for respectable people.
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2 The goodman, with the assurance of a person who feels that he is appreciated, entered into a rather diffuse and very deep rustic harangue to the reverend prioress.
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3 Grantaire was attacking his second bottle and, possibly, his second harangue, when a new personage emerged from the square aperture of the stairs.
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4 Gillenormand spoke slightingly of the Convention, apropos of a newspaper which had fallen into his hands, and gave vent to a Royalist harangue on Danton, Saint-Juste and Robespierre.
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5 The eyes of the neighbors were expectantly upon him as they settled themselves in easier positions for a long harangue.
6 The effect of such an harangue, delivered in the nervous language and with the emphatic manner of a Huron orator, could scarcely be mistaken.
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7 He thought that he must break from the ranks and harangue his comrades.
8 The half-tipsy Nozdrev, without noticing them, continued his harangue as before.
9 He harangued his fellows, pushing against their chests with his free hand.
10 Everyone spoke, harangued, and vociferated, swearing, cursing, and consigning the cardinal and his Guards to all the devils.
11 The next he addressed was a man who had been haranguing a large assembly for a whole hour on the subject of charity.
12 She was haranguing Mademoiselle Baptistine on a subject which was familiar to her and to which the Bishop was also accustomed.
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13 With the exception of Enjolras and Marius, who held their peace, all were haranguing rather at hap-hazard.
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14 Napoleon gallops past the line of fugitives, harangues, urges, threatens, entreats them.
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