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- 1848, Charlotte Brontí«, Jane Eyre: An Autobiography
- :"I saw he was going to marry her, for family, perhaps political reasons; because her rank and connexions suited him;..."
- 1978, M. I. Finley, "The fifth-century Athenian empire: A balance sheet", in Peter D. A. Garnsey and C. R. Whittaker (eds.), Imperialism in the Ancient World: The Cambridge University Research Seminar in Ancient History, Cambridge University Press (reprinted 2007), ISBN 052103390X, page 125,
- :In this , it is worth remembering that we are never told how the tribute was collected within the tributary state.
- 1984 November 20, The Times, page 21, headline,
- :"Rugby Union: The Jaguars Make A Move To End Their Isolation Argentina turns to FIRA and the French is set to benefit"
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