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1  It's time for us to go, Colonel.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  You must have touched a millionaire this time, dad.
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3  Because you can't speak and whistle at the same time.
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4  By the time she gets there she is on the point of screaming.
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5  This gentleman and my housekeeper have been here all the time.
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6  It means that he's up agen middle class morality all the time.
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7  If not, go home; for you have taken up quite enough of my time.
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8  But you know very well all the time that you're nothing but a bully.
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9  He makes remarks out loud all the time on the clergyman's pronunciation.
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10  They want to drop Kentish Town; but they give themselves away every time they open their mouths.
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11  They laughed at her to her face this time; and she had to defend herself and fight it out as best she could.
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12  If you're going to be a lady, you'll have to give up feeling neglected if the men you know don't spend half their time snivelling over you and the other half giving you black eyes.
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13  Oh, when I think of myself crawling under your feet and being trampled on and called names, when all the time I had only to lift up my finger to be as good as you, I could just kick myself.
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14  Eliza smiles for the first time; expresses her feelings by a wild pantomime in which an imitation of Higgins's exit is confused with her own triumph; and finally goes down on her knees on the hearthrug to look for the ring.
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15  It lasted a long time because Freddy did not know how to spend money, never having had any to spend, and Eliza, socially trained by a pair of old bachelors, wore her clothes as long as they held together and looked pretty, without the least regard to their being many months out of fashion.
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16  Clara had a startling eyeopener when, on being suddenly wakened to enthusiasm by a girl of her own age who dazzled her and produced in her a gushing desire to take her for a model, and gain her friendship, she discovered that this exquisite apparition had graduated from the gutter in a few months' time.
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17  It exasperated her to think that the dungeon in which she had languished for so many unhappy years had been unlocked all the time, and that the impulses she had so carefully struggled with and stifled for the sake of keeping well with society, were precisely those by which alone she could have come into any sort of sincere human contact.
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