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  • v  be more of a rival than

  • In death as in life he still remains a man of mystery, with a fortune that would outrival the wildest dreams of a fairy prince.
  • But it's strange to see him come back so abundant, so eloquent, so cut up, as it were, into hundreds of little devils all trying to outrival each other .

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