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  • Nobleman putting to death his Wife is dramatic, almost terrible in its fierce, awkward realism, yet it does not rise much higher in interpretation than what our neighbours would to-day call the drame passionel.

    The Earlier Work of Titian

  • If Monsieur Scribe's plays may be said to be so many ingenious examples how to break one commandment, the drame is a grand and general chaos of them all; nay, several crimes are added, not prohibited in the Decalogue, which was written before dramas were.

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • Injun savage doin ', when he goes out alone, on top of some high hill, an' builds him a little fire, an 'talks with his familiar spirits, which he calls here his' drame '?

    The Girl at the Halfway House A Story of the Plains

  • Scribe’s plays may be said to be so many ingenious examples how to break one commandment, the drame is a grand and general chaos of them all; nay, several crimes are added, not prohibited in the Decalogue, which was written before dramas were.

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • Français · Pakistan: Une émission de télé réalité tourne au drame

    Global Voices in English » Pakistan: Death On Reality Show

  • Tout le monde crie au drame mais personne n'a l'air pressé.

    vert - French Word-A-Day

  • Tout le monde crie au drame mais personne n'a l'air pressé.

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  • Tout le monde crie au drame mais personne n'a l'air pressé.

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  • It's a secrecy of the world drame. very useful to the present and futur generations.

    Hollywood Studios Lose Bid For Terminator Franchise Rights | /Film

  • Tout le monde crie au drame mais personne n'a l'air pressé.

    Recycling

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