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1  Oh, yes; it was a bad business.
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2  It reminded her of a bad rehearsal.
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3  It is not good for one's morals to see bad acting.
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4  Of course, married life is merely a habit, a bad habit.
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5  When an old woman like myself blushes, it is a very bad sign.
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6  England is bad enough I know, and English society is all wrong.
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7  The only artists I have ever known who are personally delightful are bad artists.
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8  They were horrid places, where men got intoxicated, and shot each other in bar-rooms, and used bad language.
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9  You will bitterly reproach him in your own heart, and seriously think that he has behaved very badly to you.
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10  The last night she played--the night you saw her--she acted badly because she had known the reality of love.
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11  "Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for a friendship, and it is far the best ending for one," said the young lord, plucking another daisy.
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12  And, after all, it is a very poor consolation to be told that the man who has given one a bad dinner, or poor wine, is irreproachable in his private life.
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13  Since then, his work was that curious mixture of bad painting and good intentions that always entitles a man to be called a representative British artist.
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14  She is still decolletee," he answered, taking an olive in his long fingers; "and when she is in a very smart gown she looks like an edition de luxe of a bad French novel.
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15  His own neighbour was Mrs. Vandeleur, one of his aunt's oldest friends, a perfect saint amongst women, but so dreadfully dowdy that she reminded one of a badly bound hymn-book.
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16  The post on her left was occupied by Mr. Erskine of Treadley, an old gentleman of considerable charm and culture, who had fallen, however, into bad habits of silence, having, as he explained once to Lady Agatha, said everything that he had to say before he was thirty.
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