1 The souvenir which she sent through you.
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2 In a relative measure, and in spite of the souvenir which we have just recalled, the exception is just.
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3 Their prayer will not be in vain, and their gratitude will preserve theirs charming souvenir.
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4 She had forced us to accept a little souvenir, a magnificent Spanish GENET and an Andalusian mule, which were beautiful to look upon.
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5 It was the souvenir of a knife fight in the California gold fields but Wade did not know it.
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6 It is a little souvenir from the King of Bohemia in return for my assistance in the case of the Irene Adler papers.
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7 Dear Sir: By this mail I take pleasure in sending you engrossed copies of the souvenir of the visit of the President to your institution.
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8 None the less, these young girls filled this grave house with charming souvenirs.
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9 He who writes these lines has long been a prowler about the barriers of Paris, and it is for him a source of profound souvenirs.
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10 These souvenirs connected with a king rendered the bourgeoisie enthusiastic.
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11 This name of Brujon is one of the souvenirs of La Force.
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12 I'm going to make a big request of you today," he said, pocketing his souvenirs with satisfaction, "so I thought you ought to know something about me.
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