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G18 languidly anticipating “such fun” from the displays of local talent on the programme.

H18 —who did not notice the rather guilty little start of surprise the white-lace girl gave and would not have understood the (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)subtle(end superscript) compliment implied therein if she had—

I18 The professional elocutionist Mrs. Evans, came and chatted with her, telling her that she had a charming voice and “interpreted” her selections beautifully. Even the white-lace girl paid her a languid little compliment.

J18 Oh, it was good to be out again in the purity and silence of the night! How great and still and wonderful everything was, with