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“Man-tenance: Today the Joan Lundens, tomorrow any women who earn good wages.”
“When they support husbands they're equally liable for man-tenance.”
“Miss Grandison cannot know, the countess cannot know, any-thing of the dreadful affair, that has given to my coun-tenance, and I am sure will continue on it, an appearance, that, did I not always dress when I arose for the morning, would make me regardless of that Miss Grandison hints at.”
“One time or other (archly continued she the whis-per, holding up her spread hand, and with a coun — tenance of admiration) my Lord G. is to shew us his collection of butterflies, and other gaudy insects:”
“It was answered by us all, in all possible humbleness, but yet with a coun tenance taking knowledge, that we knew that he spake it but merrily.”
“In the old days, the bridge had been free for the use of the traveler, but as traffic increased over the bridge, so did the main - tenance and the upkeep of the span.”
“They came to a wide lane-what had once undoubtedly been a main-tenance road-that split the oilpatch in two.”
“And we also believe that the public sector too has a strategic role to play in the main - tenance of a stable macro-economic environment and in the develop - ment of both social and economic infrastructure that is necessary to the objective of meeting the basic needs of the masses.”
“Willingness to contribute own efforts (building, main tenance, etc.)”
“Hulk Sheen took Stile to a private chamber deep in the main - tenance section of the dome they lived in.”
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