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By regarding her tears and her smiles as enemies, her stooping form, her hanging arms, and all her disentangled hair as toils designed to entrap man's heart.
It was Monk's business, then, to seize the Frenchman in the act of falsehood and trick, and to draw from the false step itself in which his enemies wished to entrap him, a triumph for his renown.
He was the man whom she had deliberately believed to be guilty of her father's death, the man whom she had set herself to entrap.
The criminal meant to entrap some one of the race of men in the high hall.