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  1. Feshakar

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    3 minutes ago Back in the spring of a teenage girl named Claudette Colvin and an elderly woman refused to give up their seats in the middle section of a bus to white people. When the driver went to get the police, the elderly woman got off the bus, but Claudette refused to leave, saying she had already paid her dime and had no reason to move.
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    The Haberdasher, Carpenter, Weaver, Dyer, and Tapestry-Weaver are not individualized, and they don’t tell their own tales. The narrator’s approval of their pride in material displays of wealth is clearly satirical. The Cook, with his disgusting physical defect, is himself a display of .
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  6. Taushakar

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    At the beginning of Act IV, Scene ii, Capulet orders a servant to hire twenty skillful cooks for the marriage feast. Read the following dialogue: SERVINGMAN. You shall have none ill, sir; for I'll try if they can lick their fingers. CAPULET. How canst thou try them so? SERVINGMAN. Marry, sir, 'tis an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers.
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  8. Jurn

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    In "Lamb to the Slaughter," Mary Maloney's dialogue is distinctive in this story. Her way of speaking to others doesn't change, even after she has murdered her husband.
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