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(the best thing that could happen to it!) and attack the roulade1
with a swift colpo di glottide to the lug (though Maace I will2
insist was reclined from overdoing this, his recovery often being3
slow) and then, O! on the third dead beat, O! to cluse her eyes4
and aiopen her oath and see what spice I may send her. How?5
Cease thee, cantatrickee! I fain would be solo. Arouse thee, my6
valour! And save for e'er my true Bdur!7
    I shall have a word to say in a few yards about the acoustic 8
and orchidectural management of the tonehall but, as ours is a9
vivarious where one plant's breaf is a lunger planner's byscent10
and you may not care for argon, it will be very convenient for11
me for the emolument to pursue Burrus and Caseous for a rung12
or two up their isocelating biangle. Every admirer has seen my13
goulache of Marge (she is so like the sister, you don't know, and14
they both dress A L I K E !) which I titled The Very Picture of15
a Needlesswoman which in the presence ornates our national16
cruetstand. This genre of portraiture of changes of mind in order17
to be truly torse should evoke the bush soul of females so I am18
leaving it to the experienced victim to complete the general19
suggestion by the mental addition of a wallopy bound or, should20
the zulugical zealot prefer it, a congorool teal. The hatboxes21
which composed Rhomba, lady Trabezond (Marge in her ex-22
celsis), also comprised the climactogram up which B and C may23
fondly be imagined ascending and are suggestive of gentlemen's24
spring modes, these modes carrying us back to the superimposed25
claylayers of eocene and pleastoseen formation and the gradual26
morphological changes in our body politic which Professor27
Ebahi-Ahuri of Philadespoinis (Ill)       whose bluebutterbust I28
have just given his coupe de grass to       neatly names a boîte à29
surprises. The boxes, if I may break the subject gently, are worth30
about fourpence pourbox but I am inventing a more patent pro-31
cess, foolproof and pryperfect (I should like to ask that Shedlock32
Homes person who is out for removing the roofs of our criminal33
classics by what deductio ad domunum he hopes de tacto to detect34
anything unless he happens of himself, movibile tectu, to have a35
slade off) after which they can be reduced to a fragment of their36