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1  No gentleman dines before seven.
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2  He was your father, and a gentleman.
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3  "He is a gentleman," said the lad sullenly.
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4  Every gentleman is interested in his good name.
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5  The old gentleman growled approvingly and rang the bell for his servant.
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6  "You will complete it," answered the old gentleman with a courteous bow.
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7  But there is no doubt that the young man in question is a perfect gentleman.
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8  I hear a gentleman comes every night to the theatre and goes behind to talk to her.
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9  Of course, if this gentleman is wealthy, there is no reason why she should not contract an alliance with him.
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10  Romeo was a stout elderly gentleman, with corked eyebrows, a husky tragedy voice, and a figure like a beer-barrel.
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11  "He is not a gentleman, Mother, and I hate the way he talks to me," said the girl, rising to her feet and going over to the window.
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12  He was a gentleman, and he hated him for that, hated him through some curious race-instinct for which he could not account, and which for that reason was all the more dominant within him.
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13  I remember her bringing me up to a truculent and red-faced old gentleman covered all over with orders and ribbons, and hissing into my ear, in a tragic whisper which must have been perfectly audible to everybody in the room, the most astounding details.
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14  He paid some attention to the management of his collieries in the Midland counties, excusing himself for this taint of industry on the ground that the one advantage of having coal was that it enabled a gentleman to afford the decency of burning wood on his own hearth.
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15  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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16  The elaborate character of the frame had made the picture extremely bulky, and now and then, in spite of the obsequious protests of Mr. Hubbard, who had the true tradesman's spirited dislike of seeing a gentleman doing anything useful, Dorian put his hand to it so as to help them.
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17  He was very nearly blackballed at a West End club of which his birth and social position fully entitled him to become a member, and it was said that on one occasion, when he was brought by a friend into the smoking-room of the Churchill, the Duke of Berwick and another gentleman got up in a marked manner and went out.
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