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“Sometimes there is no right thing to do,” she concluded. “There are merely a number of wrong things, and one must choose the least wrong among them.” (Those of you who have ever taken a multiple-choice quiz and found yourself searching in vain for “none of the above” will no doubt understand exactly what she meant.)
In some places “derby” is pronounced _dah-bee_, in others, _derr-bee_ . . . Fortunately, the rules of horse racing are much simpler than the rules of English pronunciation.
unlike a real girl, Edith-Anne Pevington never seemed to get any older; it is one of the advantages of being fictional, or one of the disadvantages, if you prefer to see it that way . . .
She lowered her voice to the sort of loud, gossipy whisper that fairly begs to be overheard.
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