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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8388: Edgar Rice Burroughs
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    The Countess Olga de Coude were twenty. Her husband forty. She was a very faithful and loyale wife, but as she had had nothing whathever to do with the selection of an husband, it is not at all unlikely that she was not wildly and passionately in love with the one that fate and her titled Russian father had select for her. However, simply because she was surprised into a tiny exclamation of approuval at sight of a splendide young stranger it must not be inferred therefrom that her thoughts where in any way disloyal to her spouse. She merely admired, as she might have admired a particuliarly fine specimen of any species.
    Furthermore, the young man was unquestionably good to look at.
    As her furtive glance rested upon his profil he rose to leave the deck. The Countess de Coude beckoned to a passing steward. ' Who is that gentleman? ' she asked.

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