Aramis



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Athos heard him, and uttered an exclamation which made aramis start.
The Man in the Iron Mask Alexandre Dumas, Pere

Unless, indeed, you are aramis’s representative for something of importance.
Louise de la Valliere Alexandre Dumas, Pere

“I wished to come here yesterday, but I was not able, as I was too fatigued,” continued aramis.
Ten Years Later Alexandre Dumas, Pere

aramis advanced and bowed: “In order to serve the son as I served the father.”
Louise de la Valliere Alexandre Dumas, Pere

“Because M. Fouquet will have ceased to be so,” replied aramis.
The Man in the Iron Mask Alexandre Dumas, Pere

They sat down, and aramis took one of D’Artagnan’s hands in his.
Louise de la Valliere Alexandre Dumas, Pere

Baisemeaux very nearly sank on the floor; but aramis disdained to reassure him, just as he had disdained to terrify him.
Louise de la Valliere Alexandre Dumas, Pere

“I can explain my presence there to you, as well as my initiation,” said aramis.
Louise de la Valliere Alexandre Dumas, Pere

Here Porthos shook his head and replied: “We will escape together, aramis, or we will remain here together.”
The Vicomte de Bragelonne Alexandre Dumas

aramis bowed over the duchess’s hand, and pressed his lips upon it.
Louise de la Valliere Alexandre Dumas, Pere

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