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Mary Poppins

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMary PoppinsMary Pop‧pins /ˌmeəri ˈpɒpənz $ -ˈpɑː-/  someone whose behaviour is almost too good to be true is sometimes compared to Mary Poppins, the main character of a 1964 US film in which Julie Andrews appears as a nanny (=a woman who is employed to take care of the children in a family) called Mary Poppins, who has magical powers and can fly
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