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REGINALD ON BESETTING SINS THE WOMAN WHO TOLD THE TRUTH There
was once (said Reginald) a woman who told the truth. Not all at once, of course,
but the habit grew upon her gradually, like lichen on an apparently healthy tree.
"With the exception of that woman," he exclaimed dramatically to himself, "the
nearest living beings are probably a pack of wolves." Before making his way to
the third-class compartment to acquaint his fellow-traveller with the extent of the ...
The schoolboy is usually fairly well informed about things that he doesn't have to
study, but as regards women he is altogether too specific. You can't really divide
them in a hard-and- fast way. Trevor. At least there are superficial differences.
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