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1  My dear fellow, I am so sorry.
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2  You are an extraordinary fellow.
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3  My dear fellow, it can't be helped.
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4  My dear fellow, I am not quite serious.
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5  There is a son, a charming fellow, I believe.
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6  It is better not to be different from one's fellows.
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7  "My dear fellow, I congratulate you most warmly," he said.
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8  And now, my dear fellow, I want to speak to you seriously.
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9  My dear fellow, mediaeval art is charming, but mediaeval emotions are out of date.
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10  Oh, Basil is the best of fellows, but he seems to me to be just a bit of a Philistine.
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11  My dear fellow, she tried to found a salon, and only succeeded in opening a restaurant.
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12  I would say, my dear fellow, that you were posing for a character that doesn't suit you.
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13  But we are not likely to suffer from it unless these fellows keep chattering about this thing at dinner.
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14  Well, I can tell you anything that is in an English Blue Book, Harry, although those fellows nowadays write a lot of nonsense.
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15  My dear fellow," said Lord Henry, elevating his eyebrows in surprise, "I asked you because I thought you might be able to give me an answer.
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16  They said Kelso got some rascally adventurer, some Belgian brute, to insult his son-in-law in public--paid him, sir, to do it, paid him--and that the fellow spitted his man as if he had been a pigeon.
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