1 Higgins, thus scolded, subsides.
2 He may not be a blackguard, Higgins.
3 Mr. Higgins: you're tempting the girl.
4 Excuse the straight question, Higgins.
5 Higgins's laboratory in Wimpole Street.
6 I hope you're not offended, Mr. Higgins.
7 Very clever, Higgins; but not sound sense.
8 Oh, PLEASE, Higgins: I'm west country myself.
9 Will you please keep to the point, Mr. Higgins.
10 That's her own business, not yours, Mr. Higgins.
11 Excuse me, Higgins; but I really must interfere.
12 Henry Higgins, author of Higgins's Universal Alphabet.
13 You're certainly not going to turn her head with flattery, Higgins.
14 It's no use talking to her like that, Mr. Higgins: she doesn't understand you.
15 Higgins is standing up near him, closing two or three file drawers which are hanging out.
16 Higgins whips out his penknife; cuts a chocolate in two; puts one half into his mouth and bolts it; and offers her the other half.
17 But as to Higgins, the only distinction he makes between men and women is that when he is neither bullying nor exclaiming to the heavens against some featherweight cross, he coaxes women as a child coaxes its nurse when it wants to get anything out of her.
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