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aesthetic
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Middlemarch
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  • Celia was playing an "air, with variations," a small kind of tinkling which symbolized the aesthetic part of the young ladies’ education,

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  • It was not aesthetically pleasing.
  • She expressed concern about the aesthetic impact of wind turbines in such beautiful countryside.

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