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Nicholas, taking the book, began his preliminary explanations.
Miss Petowker and Mrs Kenwigs looked on, in silent admiration,
broken only by the whispered assurances of the latter, that
Morleena would have it all by heart in no time; and Mr Lillyvick
regarded the group with frowning and attentive eyes, lying in wait
for something upon which he could open a fresh discussion on the
language.


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