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" Fogg had Fallentin for his partner. As the game proceeded the conversation ceased, excepting between the rubbers, when it revived again. "I maintain," said Stuart, "that the chances are in favour of the thief, who must be a shrewd fellow." "Well, but... "
Around the World in Eighty Days - Page 18
by Jules Verne - 1876
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Math Through Children's Literature: Making the NCTM Standards Come Alive

Kathryn L. Braddon, Nancy J. Hall, Dale Taylor - Education - 1993 - 218 pages
...crow flies and as transportation routes allow. 4. One of the whist players at the Reform Club states, "The world has grown smaller, since a man can now...ten times more quickly than a hundred years ago." That was said in 1872. Using the route followed by Phileas Fogg, have the students determine if we...
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Modern Epic PA

Franco Moretti - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 256 pages
...'Where could he go, then?' 'Oh, I don't know that. The world is big enough.' 'It was once ...'[...] 'What do you mean by "once"? Has the world grown smaller?' 'Certainly . . .' Smaller, because you can travel round it more quickly, of course ('That is true, gentlemen,...
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Around the World in 80 Days

Mark Brown - Drama, comedy - 2007 - 111 pages
...ANDREW STUART. What do you mean by "once"? Has the world grown smaller? GAUTHIER RALPH. Certainly. I agree with Mr. Fogg. The world has grown smaller,...search for this thief will be more likely to succeed. ANDREW STUART. And also why the thief can get away more easily. PHILEAS FOGG. Be so good as to play,...
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