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    It may not or maybe a no concern of the Guinnesses but. 1
    That the fright of his light in tribalbalbutience hides aback in 2
the doom of the balk of the deaf but that the height of his life3
from a bride's eye stammpunct is when a man that means a moun-4
tain barring his distance wades a lymph that plays the lazy win-5
ning she likes yet that pride that bogs the party begs the glory of6
a wake while the scheme is like your rumba round me garden,7
allatheses, with perhelps the prop of a prompt to them, was now8
or never in Etheria Deserta, as in Grander Suburbia, with Finn-9
fannfawners, ruric or cospolite, for much or moment indispute.10
    Whyfor had they, it is Hiberio-Miletians and Argloe-Noremen, 11
donated him, birth of an otion that was breeder to sweatoslaves,12
as mysterbolder, forced in their waste, and as for Ibdullin what of13
Himana, that their tolvtubular high fidelity daildialler, as modern14
as tomorrow afternoon and in appearance up to the minute (hear-15
ing that anybody in that ruad duchy of Wollinstown schemed16
to halve the wrong type of date) equipped with supershielded um-17
brella antennas for distance getting and connected by the magnetic18
links of a Bellini-Tosti coupling system with a vitaltone speaker,19
capable of capturing skybuddies, harbour craft emittences, key20
clickings, vaticum cleaners, due to woman formed mobile or21
man made static and bawling the whowle hamshack and wobble22
down in an eliminium sounds pound so as to serve him up a mele-23
goturny marygoraumd, eclectrically filtered for allirish earths and24