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1  The plain women are very useful.
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2  All the women of that family were.
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3  The other women are very charming.
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4  Some women were laughing in the pit.
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5  Ordinary women never appeal to one's imagination.
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6  I am analysing women at present, so I ought to know.
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7  Besides, women were better suited to bear sorrow than men.
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8  Lord Henry had told him that, and Lord Henry knew what women were.
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9  Women have no appreciation of good looks; at least, good women have not.
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10  I find that, ultimately, there are only two kinds of women, the plain and the coloured.
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11  I have a theory that it is always the women who propose to us, and not we who propose to the women.
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12  "I'll back English women against the world, Harry," said Lord Fermor, striking the table with his fist.
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13  As for marriage, of course that would be silly, but there are other and more interesting bonds between men and women.
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14  "American girls are as clever at concealing their parents, as English women are at concealing their past," he said, rising to go.
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15  As for conversation, there are only five women in London worth talking to, and two of these can't be admitted into decent society.
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16  His own neighbour was Mrs. Vandeleur, one of his aunt's oldest friends, a perfect saint amongst women, but so dreadfully dowdy that she reminded one of a badly bound hymn-book.
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17  Opposite was the Duchess of Harley, a lady of admirable good-nature and good temper, much liked by every one who knew her, and of those ample architectural proportions that in women who are not duchesses are described by contemporary historians as stoutness.
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