Let's assume $X$ is a smooth algebraic surface and $C$ a curve containing a smooth point $p_0\in X$, then there exist divisors $H_1$ and $H_2$ non of which contain $p_0$ such that $C+H_1$ is linearly equivalent to $H_2$.
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