1 Paris combines in an unprecedented type, which has existed and which we have elbowed, Grecian nudity, the Hebraic ulcer, and the Gascon pun.
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2 The petticoat becomes short at the moment when nudity becomes indecent.
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3 Nothing is more lugubrious than the contemplation thus in its nudity, in the broad light of thought, of the horrible swarming of slang.
4 Yet there crawled into her mind a memory, a picture which she hastily put from her, as she would put from her the thought of another's nudity.
5 Perfect, white, solitary nudity of a creature that lives alone, and inwardly alone.