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  • Quantock Hills, they spell it "Audrie," for the saint who patronizes

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  • If Audrie were my patient, I would employ the Internal Family Systems Model (IFS) as developed by Richard Schwartz (Schwartz, 1995).

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  • Applying the Adlerian and Existential Approaches to the case of Audrie

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  • Her mother was depressed for several years, and when she came out of it, she focused all of her attention on Audrie.

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  • Anyway, I agree that "FG" was terrible, and I would've walked out had I been alone and not with Audrie, who sort of liked the movie.

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  • But the real Audrie was always decently truthful, wasn't she?

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  • There were we two females in neat gray motor dust-cloaks, on which the Dragon insisted; Mrs. Norton in a toque, which she wore as if it were a remote and dreaded contingency; your Audrie in a duck of an early Victorian bonnet, in which she liked herself better than in anything else she ever had on before.

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  • It's only this Ellaline-Audrie that isn't free to be true.

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  • "Miss Browne thinks Sir Ensor and his wife must have crossed the Quantocks coming here, and have taken a fancy to the name of West Quantoxhead's patron saint, Audrie, also spelled that way."

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  • Lethbridge obviously can't be called for at the flat of Mrs. Brendon and her daughter Audrie, for there would be questions -- and no proper answers.

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