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  • He was in a margarine shop, and spent his days explaining that Margarine was as good as butter.

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  • Among other things, he owned a whole heap of money, the patent for a suspender clip, a village full of hippos, a castle called Margarine, and a baroness named Juliette.

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  • How many times do you think I got called Margarine?

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  • Margarine, which is often laden with TFAs, is frequently used in packaged foods.

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  • And then the Margarine family would still have this fortune.

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  • They had received only a couple of measly postcards in the three months that had passed since the professor had climbed on his motorcycle, put on his leather helmet, and said good-bye as he left Oslo to drive to Paris determined to find the great love of his life, Juliette Margarine.

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  • They made such strange faces when I told them about the young professor who was running away with Juliette Margarine by motorcycle.

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  • The away team, which consists of only one person, Juliette Margarine, is tied to a stake surrounded by neatly arranged bundles of wood that are just being set on fire.

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  • He wanted to do another cannonball and lie there on the bottom wishing he were back in the Hôtel Frainche-Fraille where all the others would surely just be hanging out waiting for him by now: Lisa, Doctor Proctor, and Juliette Margarine.

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  • She was sitting in the sidecar—the beautiful Juliette Margarine with the long auburn hair.

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