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19 October, 09:17

Which of the following lines from "The Tall Woman and Her Short Husband" best supports the story's main idea about the need to save face? Edit A. "After slogans had been shouted, passionate accusations were made, punctuated by more slogans. The pressure built up." B. "What use was sincerity? To believe in her would have made the whole business a farce." C. "No matter what bullies sprang forward to shake their fists at her, or what tricky questions were asked to try to trap her, she simply shook her head." D. "If he hadn't had money who'd want such a short fellow!'

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  1. 19 October, 09:40
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