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1  But you know very well all the time that you're nothing but a bully.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  And if he's weak and poor and wants me, may be he'd make me happier than my betters that bully me and don't want me.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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3  Eliza has no use for the foolish romantic tradition that all women love to be mastered, if not actually bullied and beaten.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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4  His manner varies from genial bullying when he is in a good humor to stormy petulance when anything goes wrong; but he is so entirely frank and void of malice that he remains likeable even in his least reasonable moments.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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5  He storms and bullies and derides; but she stands up to him so ruthlessly that the Colonel has to ask her from time to time to be kinder to Higgins; and it is the only request of his that brings a mulish expression into her face.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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6  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.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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7  Put that along with her resentment of Higgins's domineering superiority, and her mistrust of his coaxing cleverness in getting round her and evading her wrath when he had gone too far with his impetuous bullying, and you will see that Eliza's instinct had good grounds for warning her not to marry her Pygmalion.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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