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"We have finished our talk, and Mr. Hathaway has been so concerned about my having no real name that he has been promising me everything, but his own, for a suitable one. Haven't you, Mr. Hathaway?" She rose slowly and, going over to Milly, put her arm around her waist and stood for one instant gazing at him between the curtains of the doorway. "Good night. My very proper chaperon is dreadfully shocked at this midnight interview, and is taking me away. Only think of it, Milly; he actually proposed to me to walk in the garden with him! Good night, or, as my ancestors--don't forget,愤怒的小鸟 电影版国语 在线播放
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"How d'you suppose he could ever stand it?" she cried indignantly to Cheyne, who had said nothing at all. "It was horrible - horrible! We shouldn't have come. It's wrong and wicked! It - it isn't right! Why - why couldn't they put these things in the papers, where they belong? Are you better, darling?"愤怒的小鸟 电影版国语 在线播放