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1  She's quite a common girl, sir.
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2  The flower girl enters in state.
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3  Mr. Higgins: you're tempting the girl.
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4  Now don't be troublesome: there's a good girl.
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5  Anybody could see that the girl meant no harm.
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6  But you really must not swear before the girl.
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7  I want to know on what terms the girl is to be here.
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8  So cheer up, Captain; and buy a flower off a poor girl.
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9  All I propose is that we should be kind to this poor girl.
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10  I'm a good girl, I am; and I know what the like of you are, I do.
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11  If I'm to be in this business I shall feel responsible for that girl.
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12  Go home to your parents, girl; and tell them to take better care of you.
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13  Well, sir, in three months I could pass that girl off as a duchess at an ambassador's garden party.
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14  If you refuse this offer you will be a most ungrateful and wicked girl; and the angels will weep for you.
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15  Well, the matter is, sir, that you can't take a girl up like that as if you were picking up a pebble on the beach.
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16  If this girl is to put herself in your hands for six months for an experiment in teaching, she must understand thoroughly what she's doing.
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17  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.
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