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Edmond

[ed-muh nd] /ˈɛd mənd/
noun
1.
a town in central Oklahoma.
2.
Also, Edmund. a male given name: from Old English words meaning “rich, happy” and “protection.”.
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  • Then turning suddenly to her: "By the way, my dear, has Edmond told you of his great discovery?"

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  • Her son might go; Edmond would be there to protect Gilberte against the Prussian.

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  • He landed with Edmond last week, and is here for scientific reasons.

    The House Under the Sea

    Sir Max Pemberton
  • Then Edmond returned and was angry with the servant who had permitted me to see.

    The House Under the Sea

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  • Edmond Czerny was no fool to leave a sea-gate open to all the world.

    The House Under the Sea

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  • We cast the glove to Edmond Czerny and powder spake our message.

    The House Under the Sea

    Sir Max Pemberton
  • No, they'll have it out with Edmond Czerny; they'll want to know the reason why!

    The House Under the Sea

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  • While Edmond had the advantage in strength, Canute was his superior in shrewdness.

  • These words are the words of Jules de Goncourt, but Edmond makes them his own.

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    Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt

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