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The reliably stuffy Virginia Woolf called it the "illiterate, underbred book .
For all his affectations, Moore is presented as uncertain, ill-educated, underbred.
They also affect the morals of young women: Richardson calls the theater a "strange school" for the daughters of the tradesmen in the city, "impudently propagating, by heightened Action and Scenical Example, to an underbred and unwary Audience, Fornication, Adultery, Rapes and Murders" (17).
Whitney/Corr-Pak is expanding on its Basics line with Bed Basics, an exclusive, patent-pending, double-folded attached lid for underbred storage and Bin Basics, which is a stacking, open-bin corrugated system.