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1  Lady Bracknell and Miss Fairfax.
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2  Enter Lady Bracknell and Gwendolen.
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3  Thank you, Lady Bracknell, I prefer standing.
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4  That is very generous of you, Lady Bracknell.
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5  They are open to your inspection, Lady Bracknell.
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6  I really think that should satisfy you, Lady Bracknell.
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7  The fact is, Lady Bracknell, I said I had lost my parents.
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8  When I married Lord Bracknell I had no fortune of any kind.
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9  Mr. Moncrieff and I are engaged to be married, Lady Bracknell.
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10  She and Jack blow kisses to each other behind Lady Bracknell's back.
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11  But my dear Lady Bracknell, the matter is entirely in your own hands.
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12  Lady Bracknell looks vaguely about as if she could not understand what the noise was.
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13  And I would like to be allowed to take advantage of Lady Bracknell's temporary absence.
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14  I don't really know what a Gorgon is like, but I am quite sure that Lady Bracknell is one.
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15  I beg your pardon for interrupting you, Lady Bracknell, but this engagement is quite out of the question.
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16  It pains me very much to have to speak frankly to you, Lady Bracknell, about your nephew, but the fact is that I do not approve at all of his moral character.
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17  Pray excuse me, Lady Bracknell, for interrupting you again, but it is only fair to tell you that according to the terms of her grandfather's will Miss Cardew does not come legally of age till she is thirty-five.
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