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1  Half an hour's interval, for tea.
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2  On the table they placed a china tea service.
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3  "Also, we provide the tea," said Mrs. Swithin.
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4  Wet or fine, the audience would take tea there.
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5  Mrs. Manresa half-way down the Barn had gulped her cup of tea.
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6  Rumour said that she had kept a tea shop at Winchester; that had failed.
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7  He had given her a cup of tea at a tennis party; handed her, once, a racquet.
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8  And a scatter of odds and ends, like Cobbet of Cobbs Corner, retired, it was understood, on a pension from a tea plantation.
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9  And so running, panting, set upon reaching the Barn and taking up her station behind the tea urn before the company came, she reached the Barn.
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10  He wanted to see her, not against the tea urn, but with her glass green eyes and thick body, the neck was broad as a pillar, against an arum lily or a vine.
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11  Writing this skimble-skamble stuff in her cottage, she had agreed to cut the play here; a slave to her audience,--to Mrs. Sands' grumble--about tea; about dinner;--she had gashed the scene here.
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12  "Down the ride, that leads under the nut tree and the may tree, away, till I come to the wishing well, where the washerwoman's little boy--" she dropped sugar, two lumps, into her tea, "dropped a pin."
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13  So she sat down to morning tea, like any other old lady with a high nose, thin cheeks, a ring on her finger and the usual trappings of rather shabby but gallant old age, which included in her case a cross gleaming gold on her breast.
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