1 She didn't like the looks of this elderly desperado but his presence would simplify matters.
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2 It may do something to simplify what followed.
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3 Such will, of course, immensely simplify our labour, and the sooner the matter is attended to the better.
4 "I think that if you would take the trouble of reflecting, you could find a way of simplifying the negotiation," said Franz.
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5 The performance of specific duties would have simplified Miss Bart's position; but the vague attendance on Mrs. Hatch was not without its perplexities.
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6 The rooms in the op'ra house sets had separate wing-pieces for sides, which simplified dramaturgy, as the villain could always get out of the hero's way by walking out through the wall.
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7 They stood out strengthened and simplified now, like the image of the plough against the sun.
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8 It might have simplified my office very much, if I had known it before.
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9 Her position, which had seemed to her simplified the night before, suddenly struck her now as not only not simple, but as absolutely hopeless.
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10 This was the way the child simplified the romantic names so dear to the female Thenardier.
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11 There is the subject simplified.
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12 Thus restrained and simplified, it sounded more credible: I felt as I went on that Miss Temple fully believed me.
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13 On the contrary, that simplifies the matter greatly.
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