1 John was busy that month and left the bills to her, the next month he was absent, but the third he had a grand quarterly settling up, and Meg never forgot it.
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2 I may tell you that there is something that is called, in business, quarterly interest, and another thing called payment in installments, and it is always so dreadfully difficult to manage them.
3 A moment later, Jean Valjean accosted her, and asked her to go and get this thousand-franc bill changed for him, adding that it was his quarterly income, which he had received the day before.
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4 The young girl had received her quarterly income.
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5 She took him by the arm, and walked with him about a quarter of a mile into the country; they arrived at a lonely house, surrounded with gardens and canals.
6 Cunegonde asked a quarter of an hour to consider of it, to consult the old woman, and to take her resolution.
7 He was a quarter Spaniard, born of a mongrel in Tucuman; he had been singing-boy, sacristan, sailor, monk, pedlar, soldier, and lackey.
8 Behind the house was a garden, a quarter of an acre in extent.
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9 This quarter of an acre, so poorly planted, so encumbered with mean buildings and sheds, was dear to him, and satisfied his wants.
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10 He entered, then came out a quarter of an hour later.
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11 L'Epingle Noire was already plotting in his own quarter.
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12 The streets of the Latin quarter, filled with throngs of students and grisettes, saw the beginning of their dream.
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13 There was, at Montfermeil, near Paris, during the first quarter of this century, a sort of cook-shop which no longer exists.
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14 As his factory was a centre, a new quarter, in which there were a good many indigent families, rose rapidly around him; he established there a free dispensary.
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15 "It is impossible to wait another quarter of an hour," said Madeleine to the peasants, who were staring at him.
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