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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • "Whatever housekeeping arrangement that may be," said Miss Pross, striving to dry her eyes and compose herself, "I have no doubt it is best that Mrs. Cruncher should have it entirely under her own superintendence.

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  • Our superintendent was surprisingly good in the faculty-student basketball game.
  • He shook hands with them and then everybody sat down on chairs, and a gentleman in spectacles they found afterwards that he was the District Superintendent began quite a long speech very clever indeed.
    Edith Nesbit  --  The Railway Children

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