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|On the subject of the cottage
Written by Therése
(9/20/2006 1:32 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, The 'defective' cottage, penned by Barbara
I also wondered about the garret, but now I had it explained, wonderful! But I have another question also on the subject of the cottage, on the sentence which goes like this "It had not been build many years and was in good repair". Does this mean that the cottage is rather new and therefore in no need of repair, but in rather good shape?
Beacuse (if I dare make the comparison) in the latest S&S film the cottege seems rather old and not in good repair. Or am I mistaken?
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