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- In America there might be a household composed of just such varied nationalities-an Italian chauffeur, an English governess, a Swedish nurse, a German lady's-maid, and so on.3.9 — Part 3 Chapter 9 — Poirot Propounds Two Solutions (27% in)
- The first and most important is a remark made to me by M. Bouc in the restaurant car at lunch on the first day after leaving Stamboul-to the effect that the company assembled was interesting because it was so varied-representing as it did all classes and nationalities.3.9 — Part 3 Chapter 9 — Poirot Propounds Two Solutions (25% in)
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