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  • ’Well then, I’ll tell you what,’ said Mrs Kenwigs, ’Morleena shall do the steps, if uncle can persuade Miss Petowker to recite us the Blood-Drinker’s Burial, afterwards.’
  • There were also an elderly lady from the back-parlour, and one more young lady, who, next to the collector, perhaps was the great lion of the party, being the daughter of a theatrical fireman, who ’went on’ in the pantomime, and had the greatest turn for the stage that was ever known, being able to sing and recite in a manner that brought the tears into Mrs Kenwigs’s eyes.

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  • She recited a poem.
  • The children recited the Pledge of Allegiance.

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