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O'Day asked: "Just how much do you like my partner, Ralph Vartrier?"
Miss Banaventura tossed her head. She tossed it so vehemently that the cluster of curls caught in the watered silk ribbon behind the nape of her neck wraggled from side to side.
She said: "Him . . . ! I don't like him at all. He's not the type of man that I like. You know what I think?" She leaned across the table and fixed O'Day with two wide open, blue eyes. She repeated: "You know what I think, Terry? Last time I saw that man I said to myself: Here is a person who is no bleeding gentleman! That's what I said. What's more " She paused as if stating some fact of world importance. "What's more I think I'm right. I don't like him."
O'Day said: "I'll tell you something. I don't like him either-not at the moment. He's annoying me a little. Tell me something, Mabel-the last time you saw him, how was he, and what was he talking about?"
" He was talking about his wife. I've never been able to understand his attitude to his wife. A very nice woman-good-looking. She's got allure ... that's what she's got. You know what I've always said," continued Mabel, "it doesn't matter whether a woman's got big feet and no figure. It doesn't matter a goddam thing, so long as she's got allure. You're telling me!"
O'Day grinned. "What's your definition of allure, Mabel?"
She shrugged her shoulders. "How would I know? Who d'you think I am-William Shakespeare? You know what allure is as well as I do. If a woman's got

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