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To summarise from Wikipedia, the story of My Fair Lady is as follows: The story concerns Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower girl who takes speech lessons from professor Henry Higgins, a phoneticist, so that she may pass as a lady. In other words, taking a common girl and making her into a proper lady. The lines you refer to are the professor ...


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You've obviously watched the Director's Cut, going by the questions you've asked. There are some differences in the script, including this section. To quote the relevant section from the original script: Lefty: Ain't no comparison. Cadillac got more acceleration, more power, more-- better handling, ...


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In that scene, they are comparing the Lincoln, Cadillac, and Mercedes automobiles. One guy says "I'll tell you one thing, my friend. Undisputable. The Lincoln is longer." He is talking about the length of the Lincoln Town Car - he is saying it is longer (has more length) than the other cars. When Al Pacino says "It's longer? Longer like what? Longer ...


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When Lefty is in the car, he is indeed afraid of being "whacked". He's checking his mirror to see the back seat of the car, so he can keep an eye on everyone in the car and be ready for anything (in the hope he could do something about it). We can see his fear from the script: SONNY Hey, Left, what'cha doing? LEFTY Just checking my part. SONNY ...


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That is just it, he was in prison. If a convict were to masturbate and orgasm noisily, chances would be very good that he would then be .... requested .... to perform on other convicts. In prison: If you are dominant, you'll be the one doing the .... requesting. If you are submissive, or subservient, or not in a gang, prison either makes one celibate, or ...


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People in reality travel, immigrate and speak different languages. In many countries people are fully bilingual and multilingual. I live in a country with 11 official languages. It is common for us to switch between languages in the same conversation with the same people or to use words from the other languages mixed in.


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Sheldon does say it, but he uses the initialism when introducing himself at the start of the lecture they are presenting: Good morning and welcome to Science and Society. I’m Dr. Sheldon Cooper, BS, MS, MA, PhD, and ScD. OMG, right? Perhaps that joke was a little too hippie-dippy for this crowd. All right then, we’ll begin with opening remarks. Miss ...



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