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We must efface the legend," said Pittrino, in a melancholy tone.
Let us efface `Medici,' " said Pittrino, supplicatingly.
His one terror was to do anything which might efface the sound and impression of her words; his one thought, that he should never again feel quite alone.
I did not mean anything, I was only joking," he said, smiling shyly and trying to efface his offense.
There were times, indeed, when the vigor she put into her work was more of a relief to her feelings than it was an ardor to efface dirt--Nancy, in spite of her frightened submission to her mistress, was no saint.
I had an obscure feeling that all was not over and that he would still commit some signal crime, which by its enormity should almost efface the recollection of the past.