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  • Adoree Durayappah, M.A.P.P., M.B.A., is a writer and psychologist with an addiction to academia.

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  • Adoree was shocked, incredulous; her eyes glittered with the fire of fanaticism; she no longer saw in this man an enemy, a vile creature branded with the mark of the beast, but a fellow - enthusiast -- a surprisingly ignorant one, to be sure, but an enthusiast for all that, and therefore bound to her by unbreakable bonds.

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  • "As soon as I finish my theatrical contract," Adoree ran on, "we are going to drop quietly out of sight and stay out of sight."

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  • When Adoree left, late that night, she kissed her friend, saying:

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  • Adoree flung out of her finery and donned a Japanese robe, offering another to Lorelei.

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  • In the street, however, Adoree paused, and her next words showed that she was not wanting in womanly intuition.

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  • He was trembling, and his terror was so pitiful that Adoree laid a compassionate hand upon his shoulder.

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  • As soon as she was out in the street she turned southward involuntarily, and set off toward the establishment of Adoree

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  • Adoree had been nibbling at marshmallows as she talked; as she wiped her eyes now she left a smear of powdered sugar on her cheek.

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  • Adoree never failed to affect him uncomfortably; for he was conscious of having wronged her, and he could in no way reconcile her public reputation with his personal impressions of her.

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