1 A sergeant of the English Guards, the foremost boxer in England, reputed invulnerable by his companions, had been killed there by a little French drummer-boy.
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2 He might have been called the invulnerable dwarf of the fray.
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3 Moreover, he was a boy whom no man could hurt; an invulnerable and dodging serpent who, when chased into a corner, flew out again between his captor's legs, scornfully yelping.
4 The invulnerable dead man forced a way for himself.
5 It was a creation of beauty and invulnerability.
6 He had, or thought that he had, a connivance, one might almost say a complicity, of events in his favor, which was equivalent to the invulnerability of antiquity.
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