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1  The country always bores me to death.
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2  When one is in the country one amuses other people.
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3  I had no idea there were any flowers in the country.
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4  You won't be able to run down to the country quite so often as you used to do, dear Algy.
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5  Personally I cannot understand how anybody manages to exist in the country, if anybody who is anybody does.
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6  Well, my name is Ernest in town and Jack in the country, and the cigarette case was given to me in the country.
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7  I have invented an invaluable permanent invalid called Bunbury, in order that I may be able to go down into the country whenever I choose.
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8  I have a country house with some land, of course, attached to it, about fifteen hundred acres, I believe; but I don't depend on that for my real income.
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9  I'll reveal to you the meaning of that incomparable expression as soon as you are kind enough to inform me why you are Ernest in town and Jack in the country.
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10  Cecily, who addresses me as her uncle from motives of respect that you could not possibly appreciate, lives at my place in the country under the charge of her admirable governess, Miss Prism.
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