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These facts the slow-moving brain of Hughie Marrable absorbed one by one, and he felt vaguely unhappy on the girl's account, though he could not find it in his heart to blame her. Joey, he felt, was merely making full use of her opportunities. Within her small kingdom, and for her brief term, she held authority as absolute as that, say, of a Secretary of State, nor was she fettered by any pedantic scruples, such as might have hampered the official in question, about exercising the same ; and Hughie, who was something of an autocrat himself, could not but admit that his ;ward was acting very much, mutat2s mutandis, as he would have done under similar circumstances.
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