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Might it not be advisable, sir,' said Mr Rugg, more coaxingly yet,
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If the production is physically static, unfolding somewhat mechanically on Jeff Cowie's ultratraditional, middle-class living/dining room set, the first-rate cast bring Foote's characters so coaxingly and warmly to life, it's all but impossible not to be drawn into their problem-paved world.
Please come into the living room, we'll talk about it," Paula says coaxingly.
And that seems to be the reaction of most of the students in the two-hour "Computer Introduction," which the brochure coaxingly describes as a "non-intimidating class on personal computers for beginners.