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incorrigible dreamy chap, Ted! We've eaten all the raspberries. Eve, give him some jam; he must be dead! Phew! the heat! Come on, my dear, and pour out his tea. Hallo, Cyrili Had a good bathe? By George, wish my head was wet! Squattez-vous down over there, by Nollie; she'll swing, and keep the flies off you.'
`Give me a cigarette, Uncle Bob ...' `What! Your father doesn't. . .'
`Just for the flies. You don't mind, Daddy?' `Not if it's necessary, my dear.'
Noel smiled, showing her upper teeth, and her eyes seemed to swim under their long lashes. `It isn't necessary, but it's nice.'
`Ah, ha!' said Bob Pierson. `Here you are, Nollie!'
But Noel shook her head. At that moment she struck her father as startlingly grown-up-so composed, swaying above that young man at her feet, whose sunny face was all adoration. `No longer a child!' he thought. `Dear Nollie !'

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