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Negotiations were intense, but when the dust settled, Dumas had accepted half a million dollars for a 40 percent stake.Smartphone Technology Lets Users Lock and Unlock Their Front Doors Remotely|CNBC|January 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Girl Who Loved Camellias by Julie Kavanagh The courtesan who seduced Paris—and inspired Dumas and La Traviata.
The book begins with the 3-year-old Dumas discovering that his father has died, and promptly arming himself and heading upstairs.
As a moralist Dumas fils took himself very seriously indeed.
Leuven soon returned to Paris, and Dumas longed to follow him there.
The extent of the influence of environment is shown in the career of the Dumas family, which is of Haitian-negro origin.Degeneracy|Eugene S. Talbot
The old butler wanted to turn them adrift, and Dumas consented, and repented.Essays in Little|Andrew Lang
Not liking it any better after the work of Janin upon it, he handed it over to Dumas for a similar revision.