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The Hajji told Bulaki Ram the clerk to occupy the seat of government at Dupe till our return.
The Hajji said: 'So testify before the officer who waits you in the town of Dupe.
So then we went to Dupe, and while Bulaki Ram waited among the Angari men, 'I ran to see our Sahib in bed.
From whence is it that the knave is generally so quick-sighted to those symptoms and operations of knavery, which often dupe an honest man of a much better understanding?
Twice he had spent the night in a station-house; again and again he had found himself the dupe of ingenious and mercenary tricksters; his watch and money had been the price of one flattering allurement.
Even Zarathustra was once the dupe of your godlike exterior; he did not divine the serpent's coil with which it was stuffed.
Dead to her uncle, who had renounced her; dead to the servants of the house, who had failed to recognise her; dead to the persons in authority, who had transmitted her fortune to her husband and her aunt; dead to my mother and my sister, who believed me to be the dupe of an adventuress and the victim of a fraud; socially, morally, legally-- dead.
We two, in the estimation of others, are at once the dupes and the agents of a daring imposture.
It seemed to me that what the nine hundred and ninety-four dupes needed was a new deal.
These despised themselves, as being the dupes of a wily fraud, a guileful snake in the grass.
Fogg's wager," resumed Fix, "is only a pretext, of which you and the gentlemen of the Reform are dupes.
An unprincipled adventurer--a dishonourable character--a man who preys upon society, and makes easily-deceived people his dupes, Sir; his absurd, his foolish, his wretched dupes, Sir,' said the excited Mr.