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  • Therefore when a friendly summons came from Mrs. Archer, Mr. Jackson, who was a true eclectic, would usually say to his sister: "I’ve been a little gouty since my last dinner at the Lovell Mingotts’—it will do me good to diet at Adeline’s."

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  • The home is furnished with a tasteful and eclectic collection of furniture.
  • a fusion restaurant with a surprisingly eclectic menu

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