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1  Get up and come home; and don't be a fool.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  She'll mimic all the people for us when we get home.
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3  she hears right off when she comes home, whether it's.
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4  She carries a little work-basket, and is very much at home.
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5  If not, go home; for you have taken up quite enough of my time.
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6  He hung about on the chance of her giving him another ride home.
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7  Go home to your parents, girl; and tell them to take better care of you.
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8  Eliza: if you say again that you're a good girl, your father shall take you home.
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9  The daughter has acquired a gay air of being very much at home in society: the bravado of genteel poverty.
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10  Well, the truth is, I've taken a sort of fancy to you, Governor; and if you want the girl, I'm not so set on having her back home again but what I might be open to an arrangement.
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11  She could quarter herself on Wimpole Street because it had come to be her home; but she was quite aware that she ought not to quarter Freddy there, and that it would not be good for his character if she did.
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12  This makes him a standing puzzle to the huge number of uncultivated people who have been brought up in tasteless homes by commonplace or disagreeable parents, and to whom, consequently, literature, painting, sculpture, music, and affectionate personal relations come as modes of sex if they come at all.
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13  It had led her to seek the society of her mother's class; and that class simply would not have her, because she was much poorer than the greengrocer, and, far from being able to afford a maid, could not afford even a housemaid, and had to scrape along at home with an illiberally treated general servant.
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