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She is no doubt as clean as she can afford to be; but compared to the ladies she is very dirty. Her feature are no worse than theirs; but their condition leaves something to be desired; and she needs the services of a dentist. (Pygmalion, Act I)

The playwright's description of the flower girl suggests


The flower girl and the ladies share a family resemblance.


The only difference between the ladies and the flower girl is wealth and opportunity.


The flower girl would be more beautiful than the mother and daughter if she had the opportunity.


The flower girl cares less for her appearance than the mother and daughter.


The mother and daughter find the flower girl revolting.

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