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if I marry Mademoiselle Cormon, if I am once more rich, of course I would prefer you to Cesarine.
Each had formed a plan to marry the Demoiselle Cormon, whom Monsieur de Valois had mentioned to Suzanne.
Monsieur le Chevalier de Valois occupied a vantage-ground: he had never asked for the hand of Mademoiselle Cormon; whereas du Bousquier, who entered the lists soon after his rejection by the most distinguished family in the place, had been refused.
"With Mademoiselle Armande or Mademoiselle Cormon, who have both refused you?
He had long determined to marry Mademoiselle Cormon; for the Charter, on which he had just been ruminating, offered to his ambition, through the half of her property, the political career of a deputy.
"Yes," said Suzanne, "a relation of Mademoiselle Cormon, the president of the Maternity Society.
As she made her way along the rue du Bercail, it came into her head that the Maternity Society, presided over by Mademoiselle Cormon, might be induced to complete the sum at which she had reckoned her journey to Paris, which to a grisette of Alencon seemed considerable.
He studied with Fernand Cormon and made friendships and contacts in the art world.
Unlike most other mass-market feminine hygiene brands, which rely on such synthetic materials as rayon and superabsorbent powders, Cormon utilizes only 100% organic cotton.
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