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  • François accepted but asked that an underlying theme of a couple in a strained Revaux agreed and with some rewriting from Gilles Thibaut the song became "Comme. — “Comme d'habitude - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • This biography of a living person does not cite any references or sources. Azay-sur-Cher, Indre-et-Loire, France. Jacques Revaux (born Jacques Abel Jules Revaud, 11. — “Jacques Revaux - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Habits are routines of behavior that are repeated regularly and tend to occur Habit formation is the process by which a behavior becomes habitual. — “Habit (psychology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • A man discerns in the soul of these two great men and their imitators (for I very much doubt whether there were ever their equals) so perfect a habitude to virtue, that it was turned to a complexion. — “Essays” by Michel de Montaigne
  • I have imposed this penance upon the lady, neither out of wantonness nor cruelty; but from the best of motives; and therefore shall make her no apology for it when she returns back:–'Tis to rebuke a vicious taste, which has crept into thousands besides herself,–of reading straight forwards, more in quest of the adventures, than of the deep erudition and knowledge which a book of this cast, if read over as it should be, would infallibly impart with them–The mind should be accustomed to make wise reflections, and draw curious conclusions as it goes along; the habitude of which made Pliny the younger affirm, 'That he never read a book so bad, but he drew some profit from it.' The stories of Greece and Rome, run over without this turn and application,–do less service, I affirm it, than the history of Parismus and Parismenus, or of the Seven Champions of England, read with it. — “Tristram Shandy” by Laurence Sterne
  • At any time it is a strange sight to the tyro to see with what wondrous habitude of unconscious skill the whaleman will maintain an erect posture in his boat, even when pitched about by the most riotously perverse and cross-running seas. — “Moby-Dick” by Herman Melville


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