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A NoRM-MongoDB Repository Base Class

Always persisting object graphs using the embedded document strategy may not be such a good idea even if it sounds like a good strategy which even works well with MongoDB advanced filtering capabilities:

NoRM makes persisting POCOs to a MongoDB collection simple. Object graphs are automatically serialized to a BSON document.

Think about your data firstly.

via: http://www.codevoyeur.com/Articles/20/A-NoRM-MongoDB-Repository-Base-Class.aspx