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1  Now it was a baby she was obsessed by.
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2  A big baby sort of fellow, very low-mouthed.
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3  If you get the baby, Sir Clifford's welcome to it.
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4  She hurried on with her head down, thinking of the Flints' baby.
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5  'But the baby will probably be born at the end of February,' she said.
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6  'Yes, I'm glad I went, and such a quaint dear cheeky baby, Clifford,' said Connie.
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7  'Goodbye, Josephine,' said Connie, kissing the baby and ruffling its red, wispy hair.
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8  Oh, the baby was married now, Edith, to a young man in Boots Cash Chemists in Sheffield.
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9  The baby didn't care one way or another, so Connie picked her up and held her in her lap.
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10  The baby was a perky little thing of about a year, with red hair like its father, and cheeky pale-blue eyes.
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11  He thought that all that ailed Connie was that she did not have a baby, automatically bring one forth, so to speak.
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12  But Connie was sewing, sewing a little frock of primrose silk, cut out of one of her dresses, for Mrs Flint's baby.
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13  They went into the living-room, where a baby was sitting on the rag hearth rug, and the table was roughly set for tea.
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14  With a sort of second sight he sensed something new in her, something to him quite incomprehensible, but he ascribed it to the baby.
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15  Her husband, Ted Bolton, had been killed in the pit, twenty-two years ago, twenty-two years last Christmas, just at Christmas time, leaving her with two children, one a baby in arms.
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16  When the baby could toddle she'd keep both the children for the day, while she, Ivy Bolton, went to Sheffield, and attended classes in ambulance, and then the fourth year she even took a nursing course and got qualified.
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17  But gradually, as she came to the bottom of him, to use her own term, she found he was like the rest, a baby grown to man's proportions: but a baby with a queer temper and a fine manner and power in its control, and all sorts of odd knowledge that she had never dreamed of, with which he could still bully her.
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