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A common saying in the past, particularly in [[19th century|Victorian times]], was that children were better '''seen and not heard'''.
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A common saying in the past, particularly in [[19th century|Victorian times]], was that children were better "'''seen and not heard'''".
   
 
When the Brown family and [[Marty McFly|Marty]] visited [[Salem, Massachusetts]] in [[1692]], a child outside the town social building suggested they play 'Seen and not heard', a game in which they remain quiet for as long as possible. [[Jules Brown|Jules]] was confident that he would win.
 
When the Brown family and [[Marty McFly|Marty]] visited [[Salem, Massachusetts]] in [[1692]], a child outside the town social building suggested they play 'Seen and not heard', a game in which they remain quiet for as long as possible. [[Jules Brown|Jules]] was confident that he would win.

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A common saying in the past, particularly in Victorian times, was that children were better "seen and not heard".

When the Brown family and Marty visited Salem, Massachusetts in 1692, a child outside the town social building suggested they play 'Seen and not heard', a game in which they remain quiet for as long as possible. Jules was confident that he would win.

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