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In stressing their juniority, Shapiro continues a tradition from Hillebrand, who professed himself captivated by their 'charm of piquant strangeness' and their 'precocious skill', concluding, 'I cannot help feeling that the fundamental attraction of the boy actors ...
He told them that "pension contributions should be as consistent and fair as they can be irrespective of seniority or juniority of the staff member involved".