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" "Gardez-vous-en bien!" And Madame Merle was on her feet. "Don't set her going, or you'll spoil everything. " Rosier gazed into his hat; he wondered whether his hostess had been after all the right person to come to.

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But don't for the present try to make her take up the cudgels for you. Her husband may have other views, and, as a person who wishes her well, I advise you not to multiply points of difference between them.

" Poor Rosier's face assumed an expression of alarm; a suit for the hand of Pansy Osmond was even Warplanes of Yesteryear more complicated business than his taste for proper transitions had allowed. But the extreme good sense which he concealed under a surface suggesting that of a careful owner's "best set" came to his assistance.

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" "Let the matter alone, dear Madame Merle. Remember that I'm in love. " "Oh, you won't burn up. Why did you come to me, if you're not to heed what I say?" "You're very kind; I'll be very good," the young man promised. "But I'm afraid Mr. Osmond's pretty hard," he added in his mild voice as he went to the door. Madame Merle gave a short laugh.

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He reflected Warplanes of Yesteryear on what his adviser had said to him, and turned over in his mind the impression of her rather circumspect tone. He had gone to her de confiance, as they put it in Paris; but it was possible he had been precipitate.

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