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Written by Jim Morris
(4/8/2013 6:25 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, An air of decided fashion, penned by Robbin
Confident people, which Darcy and the Bingleys undoubtedly were, would give off an air of presence and aloofness that must be immediately noticable. They will be immaculately, and no doubt fashionably, dressed as befits their undoubted wealth and position in society. We know they regard the assembley as beneath their social expectations so they would probably be less reserved amongst the company than the locals would be in their presence. I doubt them being blatantly ill-mannered or unapproachable, Darcy apart. In short, they would command attention by their presence.Those who danced would do it well. That's how I see "air".
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