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“FIE: Today is the Fie family's day on 16th Street mall.”
“Will Fie is another fabrication not based on any real person.”
“Fie," Cuthbert repeated, as if he liked the sound of this word, not ar-chaic only in forgotten backwaters like Mejis.”
“It will be remembered that the only chastisement that was in vogue in the Krita age was the crying of 'Fie' on an offender.”
“Fie," said John, an old servant, who, having grown gray in the service of his lordship's father, was now eating the bread of charity in the house of Baron Eichenthal.”
“Fie," you will say, "the site is savage, then, like all else in this New World?”
“If one of them or both of them attain old age with thee, say not "Fie" unto them nor repulse them, but speak unto them a gracious word.”
“Madame cried, "Fie," and hid her face with her hand.”
“Fie," says he, "nobody is so dull as to say that the people of Rome made a covenant with the Romans, to hold the sovereignty on such or such conditions, which, not performed, the Romans might depose the Roman people.”
“But amongst the rest he was desirous to see the pope's court, and his manner of service at his table, wherefore he and his spirit made themselves invisible, and came to the pope's court and privy-chamber, where he was; there saw he many servants attending on his holiness, with many a flattering sycophant carrying his meat; and there he marked the pope, and the manner of his service, which he seeing to be so unmeasurable and sumptuous: "Fie," quoth Faustus, "why had not the devil made a pope of me?”
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