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The girls who lived on the hill had one advantage over those who livedon the plain. They, as Violet Primrose remarked, always looked down on them. From their heights, they could be superior, have more sunlight, as Daisy Primrose expressed it; and a better time, as Jasmine remarked. All these things were in a sense true, although the Primroses of Primrose Cottage were about as poor as poor could be; and the Massereenes of Castle Mary were so rich that money with them meant nothing at all.