1 The flower girl enters in state.
2 He treats a flower girl as if she was a duchess.
3 And I treat a duchess as if she was a flower girl.
4 I've a right to sell flowers if I keep off the kerb.
5 Oh, I didn't mean it either, when I was a flower girl.
6 They seemed to be learning nothing about flower shops.
7 So cheer up, Captain; and buy a flower off a poor girl.
8 I want to be a lady in a flower shop stead of selling at the corner of Tottenham Court Road.
9 A flower in his buttonhole, a dazzling silk hat, and patent leather shoes complete the effect.
10 Why, six months ago you would have thought it the millennium to have a flower shop of your own.
11 And so it came about that Eliza's luck held, and the expected opposition to the flower shop melted away.
12 He one day asked Eliza, rather shyly, whether she had quite given up her notion of keeping a flower shop.
13 All the rest have gone except the note taker, the gentleman, and the flower girl, who sits arranging her basket, and still pitying herself in murmurs.
14 If the King finds out you're not a lady, you will be taken by the police to the Tower of London, where your head will be cut off as a warning to other presumptuous flower girls.
15 There were even classes at the London School of Economics, and a humble personal appeal to the director of that institution to recommend a course bearing on the flower business.
16 I'll advertize it in the papers that your duchess is only a flower girl that you taught, and that she'll teach anybody to be a duchess just the same in six months for a thousand guineas.
17 I shall always be a flower girl to Professor Higgins, because he always treats me as a flower girl, and always will; but I know I can be a lady to you, because you always treat me as a lady, and always will.
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