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Usage examples of "comique".

Casanova died in 1798, but nothing was heard of the Memoirs (which the Prince de Ligne, in his own Memoirs, tells us that Casanova had read to him, and in which he found 'du dyamatique, de la rapidite, du comique, de la philosophie, des choses neuves, sublimes, inimitables meme') until the year 1820, when a certain Carlo Angiolini brought to the publishing house of Brockhaus, in Leipzig, a manuscript entitled Histoire de ma vie jusqu a l'an 1797, in the handwriting of Casanova.

An Italian Opera Comique was then amusing the Court, with the exception of the king, who had no taste for music.

Vlad grinned at his audience and shrugged—in his manner, he reminded Beheim of the buffoonish, third-rate illusionists who had sometimes appeared during intermissions at the Opéra Comique.