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When the mother and daughter were at tea, before dinner, Lord Baldock came into the room, and, after having been patted and petted and praised by his mother, he took up all the cards out of a china bowl and ran his eyes over them.
The matter to which Mrs. Hittaway's letter more specially alluded was debated between the mother and daughter at great length.
She and her mother and daughter had no oneleft in Kabul.
On weekends mother and daughter would drive the four hours to Bonnyville or Lethbridge for a competition.
Montgomery was away, which indeed was the case most of the time; friends had taken their departure; the curtains were down, the lamp lit, the little room looked cosy and comfortable; the servant had brought the tea-things, and withdrawn, and the mother and daughter were happily alone.
“Telleo and Sharr were as close as any mother and daughter could be,” Genj said with authority.