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The Mill on the Floss
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  • There was something rather bold in Miss Tulliver’s direct gaze, and something undefinably coarse in the style of her beauty, which placed her, in the opinion of all feminine judges, far below her cousin Miss Deane; for the ladies of St. Ogg’s had now completely ceded to Lucy their hypothetic claims on the admiration of Mr. Stephen Guest.

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  • will not cede sovereign power to an international institution
  • Democrats should not cede the religious vote to Republicans.

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