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“Kolmian in a very false and painful position, which he described in one of his poems — an imitation of Dante's "Inferno".”
“Lizzie Eustace was very false and bad and selfish, — and, we may say, very prosperous also; but in the midst of all she was thoroughly uncomfortable.”
“That was very false economy," remarked Mrs. Fairfax, who now again caught the drift of the dialogue.”
“Mrs. Lyons," said I, as I rose from this long and inconclusive interview, "you are taking a very great responsibility and putting yourself in a very false position by not making an absolutely clean breast of all that you know.”
“The veteran troops were hastily recalled from the defence of Armenia; that important frontier was abandoned to the discretion of Sapor; and the immediate conduct of the Gothic war was intrusted, during the absence of Valens, to his lieutenants Trajan and Profuturus, two generals who indulged themselves in a very false and favorable opinion of their own abilities.”
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