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  • L'Existence qu'elle conserve, et plus elles veulent cacher cette Verite, afain de ne jamais dependre d'un corps qui leur est a quelques egards etranger.

    John Adams diary 34, 5 -- 26 October 1782

  • Au reste quoique son ouvrage merite a certains egards d'etre combattu, il est cependant estimable meme pour le fond, et beaucoup pour la forme.

    Life of Adam Smith

  • Frightened, despairing, his mother shrank into the farthest corner of the sofa, with her feet drawn up under her, and, as he burst in through the door and began to speak, she cried out: "Taisez-vous! des egards, s'il vous plait."

    Absalom's Hair

  • But if he attempted to speak she became as stiff as a poker, and, raising her small hand, "Taisez-vous des egards, sil vous plait."

    Absalom's Hair

  • "Tous les egards ... certainement, tous les egards," the soft, pleasant words flowed through his scented moustache.

    Virgin Soil

  • Madame de L - had said this with such a tone of reliance upon the fact, that La Fleur had not power to disappoint her expectations; - he trembled for my honour, - and possibly might not altogether be unconcerned for his own, as a man capable of being attached to a master who could be wanting en egards vis e vis d'une femme! so that when Madame de L - asked La Fleur if he had brought a letter, -

    A Sentimental Journey

  • Madame de L - had said this with such a tone of reliance upon the fact, that La Fleur had not power to disappoint her expectations; -- he trembled for my honour, -- and possibly might not altogether be unconcerned for his own, as a man capable of being attached to a master who could be wanting en egards vis a vis d'une femme! so that when Madame de L - asked La Fleur if he had brought a letter, --

    A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy

  • Madame de L — had said this with such a tone of reliance upon the fact, that La Fleur had not power to disappoint her expectations; — he trembled for my honour, — and possibly might not altogether be unconcerned for his own, as a man capable of being attached to a master who could be wanting en egards vis a vis d’une femme! so that when Madame de L — asked La

    A sentimental journey through France and Italy

  • The following is a passage from Michel of Bourges, her advocate's defence: "Des 1824, la vie intime etait devenue difficile; les egards auxquels toute femme a droit furent oublies, des actes d'emportement et de violence revelerent de la part de M.

    Frederic Chopin as a Man and Musician

  • "Mad boy," she gasped; "des egards, mais Rafael, donc!

    Absalom's Hair

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