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”Mrs Tulliver was what is called a good-tempered person – never cried when she was a baby, on any slighter ground than hunger and pins; and from the cradle upwards had been healthy, fair, plump, and dull witted; in short the flower of her family for beauty and amiability. But milk and mildness are not the best things for keeping, and when they turn only a little sour, they may disagree with young stomachs seriously.” (George Eliot, The Mill on the Floss)

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