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of all those fourlegged ems: and why spell dear god with a big1
thick dhee (why, O why, O why?): the cut and dry aks and wise2
form of the semifinal; and, eighteenthly or twentyfourthly, but3
at least, thank Maurice, lastly when all is zed and done, the pene-4
lopean patience of its last paraphe, a colophon of no fewer than5
seven hundred and thirtytwo strokes tailed by a leaping lasso      6
who thus at all this marvelling but will press on hotly to see the7
vaulting feminine libido of those interbranching ogham sex up-8
andinsweeps sternly controlled and easily repersuaded by the9
uniform matteroffactness of a meandering male fist?10
    Duff-Muggli, who now may be quoted by very kind arrange- 11
ment (his dectroscophonious photosensition under suprasonic12
light control may be logged for by our none too distant futures13
as soon astone values can be turned out from Chromophilomos,14
Limited at a millicentime the microamp), first called this kind of15
paddygoeasy partnership the ulykkhean or tetrachiric or quad-16
rumane or ducks and drakes or debts and dishes perplex (v. Some17
Forestallings over that Studium of Sexophonologistic Schizophre-18
nesis, vol. xxiv, pp. 2-555) after the wellinformed observation,19
made miles apart from the Master by Tung-Toyd (cf. Later20
Frustrations amengst the Neomugglian Teachings abaft the Semi-21
unconscience, passim) that in the case of the littleknown periplic22
bestteller popularly associated with the names of the wretched23
mariner (trianforan deffwedoff our plumsucked pattern shape-24
keeper) a Punic admiralty report, From MacPerson's Oshean25
Round By the Tides of Jason's Cruise, had been cleverly capsized26
and saucily republished as a dodecanesian baedeker of the every-27
tale-a-treat-in-itself variety which could hope satisfactorily to28
tickle me gander as game as your goose.29
    The unmistaken identity of the persons in the Tiberiast du- 30
plex came to light in the most devious of ways. The original31
document was in what is known as Hanno O'Nonhanno's un-32
brookable script, that is to say, it showed no signs of punctua-33
tion of any sort. Yet on holding the verso against a lit rush this34
new book of Morses responded most remarkably to the silent35
query of our world's oldest light and its recto let out the piquant36