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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • It was a fortunate circumstance for Miss Fanny Squeers, that when her worthy papa returned home on the night of the small tea-party, he was what the initiated term ’too far gone’ to observe the numerous tokens of extreme vexation of spirit which were plainly visible in her countenance.
  • Both utterly heartless, both men upon town, both thoroughly initiated in its worst vices, both deeply in debt, both fallen from some higher estate, both addicted to every depravity for which society can find some genteel name and plead its most depraving conventionalities as an excuse, they were naturally gentlemen of most unblemished honour themselves, and of great nicety concerning the honour of other people.

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  • He initiated a new program
  • The men of the tribe are initiated when they reach puberty.

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