In a few moments Maidlin returned to the conference. "It
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of children.' . . . I sent the cable at once, by phone; I said almost what
we'd planned: 'Sorry. Fear twins measles.' The doctor hasn't confirmed
it yet; I hope after he's been I'll be able to send another message: 'Doing
well. Slight attack.' But that can't be till to-morrow."
"And you used to be terrified of the phone!" Mary remarked.
"I was silly."
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