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#A 1.1 > 1.2 [page 19]
Maggie: And, Ellen, if no bugger ate meat, we
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Lady Helena: And so would you be. If you really
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Lady Helena: In the hope that through me they will
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#E 1.5 > 1.6 [page 34]
Annie: ...and I thought, you lucky, lucky bastard, how
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#H(a) 1.9 > 1.10 [page 44]
Lady Helena: And, what better way than to find an interest
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Madjacko: Thank you ladies and gentlemen,
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girls shouting "Pig! Pig! Pig"
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"He'd have to get under, get out and get under"
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"When I Take My Morning Promenade"
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#I OPEIG ACT TWO [page 49]
Stage Manager Cue/house lights down
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#J 2.3 > 2.4 [page 60]
Lady Helena: No, you go home and rest, and
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Annie: But we ain't got nothing.
Polly: The Lord will provide.
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Polly: Will that be all, madam?
Annie: Very good, madam.
Kate: Thank you madam.
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Ellen: It's women's behaviour she wants to change.
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Lady Helena: You will be top of the invitation
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Arthur: I'm pleased to see that you are
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Kate: I'll try the best I can -
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#Q 2.10 > 2.11 [page 87]
Polly: I can't be here not when ... he comes to his senses.
Priscilla: No.
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Maggie: You got a responsibility, Mrs Cuttle-Smythe,
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Len: Bleedin' hell. Sausages!
What you trying to do to me boy?
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Lady Helena: Priscilla, (pause) what an unexpected.....
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