Who said it? Downton Abbey

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'Oh I can talk about 'love' and 'moon' and 'June' and all the rest of it if you wish. But we're more than that, you and I. We're strong and sharp, and we can build something worth
'A doctor's son from Manchester? He'll be lucky if he gets a civil word out of me.'
'We may have to have a maid in the dining room.'
'Of course it would happen to a foreigner. No Englishman would dream of dying in someone else's house.'
'No one ever learned anything from a governess except for French, and how to curtsy.'
'I'd like to give her the old heave ho in a dark alley somewhere.'
'Mary can be such a child. She thinks if you put a toy down, it'll still be sitting there when you want to play with it again.'
'No one ever tells you about raising daughters. You think it'll be like Little Women, and instead they're at each others' throats.'
'Sometimes I feel as if I were living in a H.G. Wells novel.'
'Dear Lord, I don't pretend to have much credit with you. I'm not even sure you're there. But if you are, and if I've ever done anything good, I beg you to keep him safe.'
'I'm a woman, Mary. I can be as contrary as I choose.'
'Daisy, what's happened to you? I said you could go for a drink of water, not a trip up the Nile.'
'I love you, Mr Bates! And I know it's not ladylike to say so, but I'm not a lady and I don't pretend to be.'
'I hope you know that really smart people sleep in separate rooms.'
'What's a weekend?'
'Every mountain is unclimbable until someone climbs it, so every ship is unsinkable until it sinks.'
'The point is, when you refused Matthew, you were an earl's daughter with an unsullied reputation. Now, you are damaged goods.'

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