1. But indeed, at that time, putting to death was a recipe much in
vogue with all trades and professions.
2. The Doctor had ceased to speak.
3. Then Madame Defarge turned out the contents of the bowl of
money for the second time, and started knotting them up in
4. To bring my love--even mine--between you, is to touch your
history with something not quite so good as itself.
5. Your intention is to perpetuate, and not to weaken, the ties between
me and my other and far dearer self.
6. Getting things out of Paris at this present time, no matter what things,
is next to an impossibility.
7. I quite understand it to be a nice question.
8. The hungry man repeated, in a rapturous croak, "Magnificent!" and
began gnawing another finger.
9. This was highly degrading to the family, and was ridiculous.
10. To propose too much, would be to put this man's head under the axe.