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1  That lady is Miss Cecily Cardew, my ward.
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2  Miss Cardew's family solicitors are Messrs.
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3  You are not to talk of Miss Cardew like that.
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4  I felt there was some slight error, Miss Cardew.
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5  There is certainly no chance of your marrying Miss Cardew.
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6  There are distinct social possibilities in Miss Cardew's profile.
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7  I am Miss Cardew's guardian, and she cannot marry without my consent until she comes of age.
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8  Old Mr. Thomas Cardew, who adopted me when I was a little boy, made me in his will guardian to his grand-daughter, Miss Cecily Cardew.
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9  As for your conduct towards Miss Cardew, I must say that your taking in a sweet, simple, innocent girl like that is quite inexcusable.
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10  I am known for the gentleness of my disposition, and the extraordinary sweetness of my nature, but I warn you, Miss Cardew, you may go too far.
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11  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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12  The late Mr. Thomas Cardew, an old gentleman of a very charitable and kindly disposition, found me, and gave me the name of Worthing, because he happened to have a first-class ticket for Worthing in his pocket at the time.
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