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1  Clara talked of nothing else for weeks and weeks afterwards.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  This appointment Clara owed, after all, to her old social accomplishment of Push.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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3  Only, Clara is so down on me if I am not positively reeking with the latest slang.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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4  I daresay I am very old-fashioned; but I do hope you won't begin using that expression, Clara.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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5  And as she happened to talk to the lady of the furniture shop, and that lady also desired above all things to know Mr. Wells and sell pretty things to him, she offered Clara a job on the chance of achieving that end through her.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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6  Clara had a startling eyeopener when, on being suddenly wakened to enthusiasm by a girl of her own age who dazzled her and produced in her a gushing desire to take her for a model, and gain her friendship, she discovered that this exquisite apparition had graduated from the gutter in a few months' time.
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7  He added that he had always been afraid to propose anything of the sort, because Clara would make an awful row about a step that must damage her matrimonial chances, and his mother could not be expected to like it after clinging for so many years to that step of the social ladder on which retail trade is impossible.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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