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1  A safe thing for you, Doolittle.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  The floor is yours, Mr. Doolittle.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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3  I beg your pardon, Miss Doolittle.
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4  Ask Miss Doolittle to come down, please.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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5  Pickering sits down in Doolittle's place.
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6  I feel sure we have met before, Miss Doolittle.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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7  Doolittle: either you're an honest man or a rogue.
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8  Doolittle: you have brought your daughter up too strictly.
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9  There's a dustman downstairs, Alfred Doolittle, wants to see you.
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10  Well, I'm very glad you're not going to do anything foolish, Mr. Doolittle.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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11  Go upstairs and tell Miss Doolittle that Mr. Henry and the Colonel are here.
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12  Mr. Doolittle: will you be so good as to step out on the balcony for a moment.
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13  But, my dear Mr. Doolittle, you need not suffer all this if you are really in earnest.
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14  I think you ought to know, Doolittle, that Mr. Higgins's intentions are entirely honorable.
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15  Doolittle, much troubled, accompanies her to the door; then hesitates; finally turns confidentially to Higgins.
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16  Alfred Doolittle is an elderly but vigorous dustman, clad in the costume of his profession, including a hat with a back brim covering his neck and shoulders.
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17  Now did you or did you not write a letter to him to say that the most original moralist at present in England, to the best of your knowledge, was Alfred Doolittle, a common dustman.
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