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  • ’To leave this metropolis,’ said Mr. Micawber, ’and my friend Mr. Thomas Traddles, without acquitting myself of the pecuniary part of this obligation, would weigh upon my mind to an insupportable extent.
  • ’Under the impression,’ said Mr. Micawber, ’that your peregrinations in this metropolis have not as yet been extensive, and that you might have some difficulty in penetrating the arcana of the Modern Babylon in the direction of the City Road, — in short,’ said Mr. Micawber, in another burst of confidence, ’that you might lose yourself — I shall be happy to call this evening, and install you in the knowledge of the nearest way.’

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  • The town is on it’s way to becoming a 21st century metropolis.
  • The first request I made, after I had obtained my liberty, was, that I might have license to see Mildendo, the metropolis;
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