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1  The girl is naturally rather affectionate, I think.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  Pickering: this chap has a certain natural gift of rhetoric.
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3  I can't change my nature; and I don't intend to change my manners.
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4  I suppose it was natural for you to be anxious about the garden party.
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5  No: that ain't the natural way, Colonel: it's only the middle class way.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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6  Her hair needs washing rather badly: its mousy color can hardly be natural.
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7  And there were a hundred little things you never noticed, because they came naturally to you.
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8  You see, lots of the real people can't do it at all: they're such fools that they think style comes by nature to people in their position; and so they never learn.
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9  This is unbearable, not only because her little drama, if acted on such a thoughtless assumption, must be spoiled, but because the true sequel is patent to anyone with a sense of human nature in general, and of feminine instinct in particular.
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