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Quotes from The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
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1  Mother's a good-tempered woman but she gets fair moithered.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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2  "She's a shrewd woman," said Dr. Craven, putting on his coat.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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3  Our Martha told me as Mrs. Medlock heard she was a pretty woman.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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4  She was a stout woman, with very red cheeks and sharp black eyes.
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5  "That was what the Sowerby woman said," he muttered absentmindedly.
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6  It was directed in a plain woman's hand but it was not a hand he knew.
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7  The door in the ivied wall had been pushed gently open and a woman had entered.
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8  "Look out of the window in about ten minutes and you'll see," the woman answered.
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9  The woman was his housekeeper at Misselthwaite Manor, and her name was Mrs. Medlock.
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10  Mrs. Medlock saw this, and as she was a talkative woman she continued with more interest.
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11  Susan Sowerby and me went to school together and she's as sensible and good-hearted a woman as you'd find in a day's walk.
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12  It was because she seemed such a wonderful woman in her nice moorland cottage way that at last she was told about the Magic.
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13  She was very much absorbed in her own little boy and girl, and was rather glad to hand the child over to the woman Mr. Archibald Craven sent to meet her, in London.
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14  She was a healthy young woman who resented being robbed of her sleep and she yawned quite openly as she looked at Mary, who had pushed her big footstool close to the four-posted bed and was holding Colin's hand.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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15  She was a big handsome young woman who ought not to have been a trained nurse at all, as she could not bear invalids and she was always making excuses to leave Colin to Martha or any one else who would take her place.
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16  When Mrs. Medlock looked she threw up her hands and gave a little shriek and every man and woman servant within hearing bolted across the servants' hall and stood looking through the window with their eyes almost starting out of their heads.
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17  The woman looked frightened, but she only stammered that the Ayah could not come and when Mary threw herself into a passion and beat and kicked her, she looked only more frightened and repeated that it was not possible for the Ayah to come to Missie Sahib.
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18  But when on his way across the moor he stopped the carriage at the cottage, seven or eight children who were playing about gathered in a group and bobbing seven or eight friendly and polite curtsies told him that their mother had gone to the other side of the moor early in the morning to help a woman who had a new baby.
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