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These confederates were lodged in three different districts, in the houses of the following named persons: Binet, Melin, and Laraviniere, innkeepers or publicans, and all devoted to Rifoel.
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We must remark here that after the time of the removal of the muskets, Leveille, who went to see Bruce, Grenier, and Cibot in the house of Melin, found them hiding the muskets in a shed on the premises, and himself assisted in the operation.
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The woman Bourget, Vauthier, the Chaussards, Pannier, the woman Lechantre, Mallet and Ratel, all participated in the crime in their several degrees, as did the innkeepers Melin, Binet, Laraviniere, and Chargegrain.
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It is upon the above facts that this Court of Criminal and Special Justice is called upon to decide whether the prisoners Herbomez, Hiley, Cibot, Grenier, Horeau, Cabot, Minard, Melin, Binet, Laraviniere, Rousseau, the woman Bryond, Leveille, the woman Bourget, Vauthier, Chaussard the elder, Pannier, the widow Lechantre, Mallet, all herein named and described, and arraigned before this court; also Boislaurier, Dubut, Courceuil, Bruce, the younger Chaussard, Chargegrain, and the girl Godard,-these latter being absent and fugitives from justice,-are or are not guilty of the crimes charged in this indictment.
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Melin, Laraviniere and Binet, were condemned to five years' imprisonment.
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A woman by the name of Melin, living in the last century in Paris, was surnamed "the woman with nails;" according to the description given by Saillant in 1776 she presented another and not less curious instance of the excessive growth of the nails.
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He introduced himself to Mayne as Robert Melin.
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Melin, a tall, gloomy blond whose civilian suit seemed a trifle formal for the surroundings, acceded gratefully.
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Melin was given credit for this by Voorhis, since before the arrival of the insurance adjuster and his crew, no power tools had been available to the men from the _Gemsbok_. Mayne took a place at the end of the table.
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Melin and Voorhis sat at his left, their backs to the hut.
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That's why I'm not claimin' anythin' on the fuel," he finished, turning to Melin.
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Melin swallowed and returned to an inner pocket a sheaf of papers he had withdrawn.
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Both men began to talk but Melin, struggling less with temper, got the lead.
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Mayne eventually made himself heard and demanded to know how the spacer's evaluation differed from Melin's.
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Maybe she ain't been for a few years now-" Melin made a show of counting on his fingers. "...
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Melin shifted uncomfortably on his bench.
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Melin contented himself with rolling his eyes skyward.
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Voorhis thought he was entitled to about six million credits for ship and cargo; Melin thought half a million for the ship and fuel would be stretching it.
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Melin agreed that he might pay the paper value of the _Gemsbok_ if he could pay likewise for the cargo, in which case he would admit a loss.
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Mayne sank down at the table outside, watching Melin grope to a place beside him.
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Examples of Melin

Example #1
The necessary arms were supplied by one Jean-Francois Leveille, notary; an incorrigible assistant of the brigands, and their go-between with certain hidden leaders; also by one Felix Courceuil, commonly called Confesseur, former surgeon of the rebel armies of La Vendee; both these men are from Alencon.
Example #2
Marie-Anne Cabot, called Lajeunesse, former huntsman to the Sieur Carol of Alencon. 7.
Example #3
A general rendezvous was arranged to take place at Mortagne, in the hotel de l'Ecu de France.
Example #4
It was Dubut who, living near Caen, notified the notary Leveille when the government money contained in the local tax-office would be despatched to the Treasury.
Example #5
Bourget has died during the investigation, after making a confession which removes all doubt as to the part played by Vauthier and the woman Bryond; if he attempted to extenuate that of his wife and his nephews Chaussard, his motives are easy to understand.
Example #6
As for Leveille, he took an active part in the actual perpetration of the crime by seeking the axe the brigands asked for.