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A Apple Pie by Greenaway, Kate

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Shouted Bonover, and began to clap his hands. " "Harris shapes very well," said Mr. Lewisham. "Very," said Mr. Bonover. "And—what was it? Ah! I was just remarking the odd resemblances there are in the world. " "Smith," said Lewisham, meeting his eye and recovering the full crimson note of his first blush. "It's odd," said Bonover, regarding him pensively. "Very odd," mumbled Lewisham, cursing his own stupidity and looking away. "Very—very odd," said Bonover. "In fact," said Bonover, turning towards the schoolhouse, "I hardly expected it of you, Mr.

So he stood in inglorious hesitation, while the seconds passed. He reached his lodging at last to find Mrs. Munday halfway through dinner. "You get them books of yours," said Mrs. Munday, who took a motherly interest in him, "and you read and you read, and you take no account of time. And now you'll have to eat your dinner half cold, and no time for it to settle proper before you goes off to school. " 44 "Oh, never mind my stomach, Mrs. " Quite crossly he spoke for him. "I'd rather have a good sensible actin' stummik than a full head," said Mrs.

Ah! I was just remarking the odd resemblances there are in the world. " "Smith," said Lewisham, meeting his eye and recovering the full crimson note of his first blush. "It's odd," said Bonover, regarding him pensively. "Very odd," mumbled Lewisham, cursing his own stupidity and looking away. "Very—very odd," said Bonover. "In fact," said Bonover, turning towards the schoolhouse, "I hardly expected it of you, Mr. " But Mr. Bonover feigned to be already out of earshot. " said Mr. Lewisham. "—a most objectionable expression and rare with him in those days.

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