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1  Oh, that's all right, Mrs. Pearce.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  Mrs. Pearce: this is Eliza's father.
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3  Mrs. Pearce opens the door and awaits orders.
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4  I think it must be regarded as her property, Mrs. Pearce.
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5  You shall remain so, Eliza, under the care of Mrs. Pearce.
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6  Mrs. Pearce shuts the door; and Eliza's plaints are no longer audible.
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7  You're quite right, Mrs. Pearce: I shall be particularly careful before the girl.
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8  I say: Mrs. Pearce will row if we leave these things lying about in the drawing-room.
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9  You can adopt her, Mrs. Pearce: I'm sure a daughter would be a great amusement to you.
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10  If you're naughty and idle you will sleep in the back kitchen among the black beetles, and be walloped by Mrs. Pearce with a broomstick.
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11  She came in a cab for her things before seven this morning; and that fool Mrs. Pearce let her have them without telling me a word about it.
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12  The pathos of this deplorable figure, with its innocent vanity and consequential air, touches Pickering, who has already straightened himself in the presence of Mrs. Pearce.
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13  Mrs. Pearce says you're going to give me some to wear in bed at night different to what I wear in the daytime; but it do seem a waste of money when you could get something to show.
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