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1  This shilly-shallying with the question is absurd.
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2  Indeed I have never undeceived him on any question.
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3  Then the question had better be cleared up at once.
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4  Besides, of course, there is the question of your name.
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5  Mr. Moncrieff, kindly answer me the following question.
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6  And now I have a few questions to put to you, Mr. Worthing.
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7  And before I allow you to marry her, you will have to clear up the whole question of Cecily.
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8  I beg your pardon for interrupting you, Lady Bracknell, but this engagement is quite out of the question.
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9  I am not punctual myself, I know, but I do like punctuality in others, and waiting, even to be married, is quite out of the question.
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10  This afternoon during my temporary absence in London on an important question of romance, he obtained admission to my house by means of the false pretence of being my brother.
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