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  • In the dark she clutched Ferriday's arm so tightly that he ouched.

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  • But then women were often like that before Ferriday's genius.

    We Can't Have Everything

  • It was the first time Dyckman ever heard Ferriday's voice, and it puzzled him as it cried:

    We Can't Have Everything

  • There was a quality in her work that surpassed Ferriday's expectations and made her pantomime singularly legible.

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  • She would have been excited enough if she had known that the pictures in which she played a small part were being run off in the projection-room at the studio for Mr. Ferriday's benefit.

    We Can't Have Everything

  • That would have been the destruction of Kedzie if there had not been the counter-weight of conceit in Ferriday's soul, for at those times he would sigh to himself or aloud:

    We Can't Have Everything

  • Ferriday's chauffeur was waiting to take her home.

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  • With that Ferriday released the waiter, who hurried away, hoping that Ferriday's affectations included extravagant tips.

    We Can't Have Everything

  • Ferriday's very picturesqueness and artistry convinced her now that he was not quite the gentleman.

    We Can't Have Everything

  • Kedzie poked at him Ferriday's letter of introduction addressed to

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