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  • The heavy footsteps of the conquettish widow, who was coming down the stairs, interrupted Vautrin’s fortune-telling.

    Paras. 1000–1099 1917

  • Venus, having thus twice rescued her protégés from imminent death, now visits Olympus, and by the exercise of all her conquettish wiles obtains from Jupiter a promise to favor the Portuguese.

    The Book of the Epic 1894


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