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Quotes from Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw
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1  You are not good enough for me.
Arms and the Man By George Bernard Shaw
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2  Be good; and no harm will happen to you.
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3  A narrow shave; but a miss is as good as a mile.
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4  Washed; brushed; good night's sleep and breakfast.
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5  Ah, well, I think we've done a thundering good day's work.
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6  I shall always be dependent on the good will of the family.
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7  All this washing can't be good for the health: it's not natural.
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8  If you will be so good as to keep perfectly still whilst I am away.
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9  It's good enough for a man with only you to stand between him and death.
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10  It's very good of you, Bluntschli, it is indeed, to let yourself be put upon in this way.
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11  I know how good you have been to me: to my last hour I shall remember those three chocolate creams.
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12  To escape their attentions, he had the good taste to take refuge in the chamber of some patriotic young Bulgarian lady.
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13  I don't mind a good wash once a week to keep up my position; but once a day is carrying the thing to a ridiculous extreme.
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14  Ah, you haven't been campaigning, Catherine: you don't know how pleasant it is for us to sit here, after a good lunch, with nothing to do but enjoy ourselves.
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