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The problem is the ease of access and lack of controls at the entrance and also the demoded system of identification for people entering.
Miss Grandin had been on of the first to realize that nothing is so demoded as a modern style that is old-fashioned, and she had recently done a sweeping early-Victorian redecoration of her entire establishment.