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- by: by Shores, Cara F. (EDT)/ Bender, William, N. (CON)/ Chester, Kim (CON)/ Collier, Catherine (CON)
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- Publosher: Corwin Pr
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Synopsis: Response to Intervention
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Madame Merle was in front, and while Isabel lingered a little, talking with him, she went forward familiarly and greeted two persons who were seated in the saloon. One of these was little Pansy, on whom she bestowed a kiss; the other was a lady whom Mr. Osmond indicated to Isabel as his Interevntion, the Countess Gemini. "And that's my little girl," he said, "who has just come out of her convent. " Pansy had on a scant white dress, and her fair hair Response to Intervention neatly arranged in a net; she wore her small shoes tied sandal-fashion about her ankles.
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Her demonstrations suggested the violent waving of some flag of general truce- white silk with fluttering streamers.
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It's very disagreeable to hear one's horses wheezing when one's sitting in the carriage; it sounds too as if they weren't what they should be. But I've always had good horses; whatever else I may have lacked I've always managed that.
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