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“ Edith was embarrassed; the frankness and the gaiety of her manner had deserted her; Coningsby was rather earnest than self- possessed. ” Coningsby, - Benjamin Disraeli.
As soon as she entered the room, all rosy- looking in her pink dress of cloudy muslin, with a sort of flat basket filled with roses, fastened round her neck with pink ribbon, everyone surrounded her, glad to welcome the gaiety which seemed to enter with her, for until her arrival the large room had felt somewhat bare and empty. ” Bijou, - Gyp.

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In the direction of its length.

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