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"Bah!" said D'Artagnan, "they will miss me; if they fire we will ride after the carriage, and exterminate those who may be in it.
"Oh, bah! there are two days yet; 'tis much more than you require, Monsieur Percerin," said D'Artagnan, in the coolest possible manner.
"Bah!" said Conseil, philosophically; "we can hold out some time yet."
"Bah!" retorted Passepartout, with an air of raillery.
Of me the Courtiers took no notice whatever: but Sylvie and Bruno were the subject of many inquisitive looks, and many whispered remarks, of which I only distinctly caught one--made by a sly-looking Dachshund to his friend "Bah wooh wahyah hoobah Oobooh, hah bah?" ("She's not such a bad-looking Human, is she?")
'Bah!' said Jeanne, with a toss of her large but shapely head.
Bah, bah, bah, don't look as from high to low at me!
"Bah!" said Mademoiselle de Montalais, taking her place again; "Madame will breakfast very well without me!"
Bah! Such wishy-washy coffee and only one cigarette."
Bah!" and she went shuffling and sidling on down the gallery toward her room.