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“A count,” continued the lawyer, “is generally of very ancient lineage…”
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She says she has a pain in her bones, especially when it rains; she has such an ancient lineage!
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The merchant who sells apples at the entrance to the park must be of a very ancient… how did you say it? …lineage.
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The poor boy could not believe his luck, any more than the apple woman of ancient lineage could believe hers.
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but these were Germans "without lineage," coarse plebeians who were struggling in vain to force themselves into the great world by making donations to the imperial works.
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deeming this an opportune time to make known to these professional soldiers the lofty lineage of his family.
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She even affected a certain condescension toward Desnoyers, praising him as "a very worthy man, but without ancient lineage or distinguished family, and French, besides."
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“The stranger must first show,” said Malvoisin, “that he is good knight, and of honourable lineage.
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Fibnode Lineage tells us a lot about the nature of our response when that Node is approached by market action.
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He is a nobleman of ancient lineage, and at the same time a Parisian communard.
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