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1  Your guardian has a very emotional nature.
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2  Oh, but it is not Mr. Ernest Worthing who is my guardian.
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3  So I don't think your guardian's consent is, after all, a matter of any importance.
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4  The gentleman whose arm is at present round your waist is my guardian, Mr. John Worthing.
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5  Child, you know how anxious your guardian is that you should improve yourself in every way.
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6  I am Miss Cardew's guardian, and she cannot marry without my consent until she comes of age.
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7  My dear guardian, with the assistance of Miss Prism, has the arduous task of looking after me.
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8  When one is placed in the position of guardian, one has to adopt a very high moral tone on all subjects.
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9  Old Mr. Thomas Cardew, who adopted me when I was a little boy, made me in his will guardian to his grand-daughter, Miss Cecily Cardew.
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