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1  Raina looks at the man, breathless.
Arms and the Man By George Bernard Shaw
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2  The man I told you of has come back.
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3  Nicola's the ablest man I've met in Bulgaria.
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4  He is the man of the adventure in Raina's room.
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5  Oh, thank you: that's a cavalry man's proposal.
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6  You've no magnetism: you're not a man, you're a machine.
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7  I wish I could believe a man could be so unlike a woman as that.
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8  It's good enough for a man with only you to stand between him and death.
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9  That's what you'd have said if you'd seen the first man in the charge to-day.
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10  I would marry the man I loved, which no other queen in Europe has the courage to do.
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11  Of all the fools ever let loose on a field of battle, that man must be the very maddest.
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12  My father is a very hospitable man: he keeps six hotels; but I couldn't trust him as far as that.
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13  I climbed the balcony of this house when a man of sense would have dived into the nearest cellar.
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14  I can stand two days without shewing it much; but no man can stand three days: I'm as nervous as a mouse.
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15  He is now clean, well brushed, smartly uniformed, and out of trouble, but still unmistakably the same man.
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16  Look at my father: he never had a bath in his life; and he lived to be ninety-eight, the healthiest man in Bulgaria.
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17  And if one of them is man enough to spit in my face for insulting him, I'll buy his discharge and give him a pension.
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18  You dare not: you would marry a rich man's daughter because you would be afraid of what other people would say of you.
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19  Whilst it is still echoing, the shutters disappear, pulled open from without, and for an instant the rectangle of snowy starlight flashes out with the figure of a man in black upon it.
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20  He is a middle-aged man of cool temperament and low but clear and keen intelligence, with the complacency of the servant who values himself on his rank in servility, and the imperturbability of the accurate calculator who has no illusions.
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