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" Miss Crawley was, in consequence, an object of great respect when she came to Queen's Crawley, for she had a balance at her banker's which would have made her beloved anywhere. 'What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance at the banker's! "
The Writer - 40. lappuse
1919
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Vanity Fair

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1992 - 951 lapas
...Queen's Crawley, for she had a balance at her banker's which would have made her beloved anywhere. What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance...we look at her faults if she is a relative (and may ever)' reader have a score of such); what a kind good-natured old creature we find her! How the junior...
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Fictions of State: Culture and Credit in Britain, 1694-1994

Patrick Brantlinger, Professor of English and Cultural Studies Patrick Brantlinger - 1996 - 291 lapas
...Meanwhile her fortune, like "secure" money throughout Vanity Fair, "would have made her beloved anywhere. What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance at the banker's!" (87). In similar terms, Thackeray (or the narrator) claims for his narrative something like the same...
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The London Quarterly Review, 16. sējums

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1861
...affection ; — Miss Crawley ' had a balance at her banker's which would have made her beloved anywhere. What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance...tenderly we look at her faults ! If she is a relative, what a kind, good-natured old creature we find her! Your wife is perpetually sending her little testimonies...
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