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1  There's so much influenza about.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  Exclamations of He knows all about it.
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3  I'm always particular about what I say.
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4  Not any feelings that we need bother about.
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5  It started worse than ever about two minutes ago.
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6  I know all about that: it's an excellent arrangement.
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7  But she's got some silly bee in her bonnet about Eliza.
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8  He is in the same plight as Freddy, very wet about the ankles.
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9  He hung about on the chance of her giving him another ride home.
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10  You know, Pickering, that woman has the most extraordinary ideas about me.
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11  I mean not to be slovenly about her dress or untidy in leaving things about.
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12  Well, sir, she says you'll be glad to see her when you know what she's come about.
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13  I don't know whether you've noticed it; but the rain stopped about two minutes ago.
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14  Don't you give me none of your lip; and don't let me hear you giving this gentleman any of it neither, or you'll hear from me about it.
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15  I have got accustomed to hear you talking about men as rotters, and calling everything filthy and beastly; though I do think it horrible and unladylike.
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16  She's a triumph of your art and of her dressmaker's; but if you suppose for a moment that she doesn't give herself away in every sentence she utters, you must be perfectly cracked about her.
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17  He is of the energetic, scientific type, heartily, even violently interested in everything that can be studied as a scientific subject, and careless about himself and other people, including their feelings.
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