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Scuttle to Cover, Salary Grab, Andy Mac Noon in Annie's Room, 1
Awl Out, Twitchbratschballs, Bombard Street Bester, Sublime 2
Porter, A Ban for Le King of the Burgaans and a Bom for Ye Sur 3
of all the Ruttledges, O'Phelim's Cutprice, And at Number Wan 4
Wan Wan, What He Done to Castlecostello, Sleeps with Feathers 5
end Ropes, It is Known who Sold Horace the Rattler, Enclosed 6
find the Sons of Fingal, Swayed in his Falling, Wants a Wife and 7
Forty of Them, Let Him Do the Fair, Apeegeequanee Chimmuck, 8
Plowp Goes his Whastle, Ruin of the Small Trader, He             9
Milkinghoneybeaverbrooker, Vee was a Vindner, Sower Rapes, 10
Armenian Atrocity, Sickfish Bellyup, Edomite,      'Man Devoyd of 11
the Commoner Characteristics of an Irish Nature, Bad Humborg, 12
Hraabhraab, Coocoohandler, Dirt, Miching Daddy, Born Burst Feet 13
Foremost, Woolworth's Worst, Easyathic Phallusaphist, Guiltey- 14
pig's Bastard, Fast in the Barrel, Boose in the Bed, Mister Fatmate, 15
In Custody of the Polis, Boawwll's Alocutionist, Deposed, but anar- 16
chistically respectsful of the liberties of the noninvasive individual, 17
did not respond a solitary wedgeword beyond such sedentarity, 18
though it was as easy as kissanywhere for the passive resistant in 19
the booth he was in to reach for the hello gripes and ring up Kim- 20
mage Outer 17.67, because, as the fundamentalist explained, when 21
at last shocked into speech, touchin his woundid feelins in the 22
fuchsiar the dominican mission for the sowsealist potty was on at 23
the time and he thought the rowmish devowtion known as the 24
howly rowsary might reeform ihm, Gonn. That more than 25
considerably unpleasant bullocky before he rang off drunkishly 26
pegged a few glatt stones, all of a size, by way of final mocks 27
for his grapes, at the wicket in support of his words that he was 28
not guilphy but, after he had so slaunga vollayed, reconnoi- 29
tring through his semisubconscious the seriousness of what he 30
might have done had he really polished off his terrible intentions 31
finally caused him to change the bawling and leave downg the 32
whole grumus of brookpebbles pangpung and, having sobered 33
up a bit, paces his groundould diablen lionndub, the flay the 34
flegm, the floedy fleshener, (purse, purse, pursyfurse, I'll splish 35
the splume of them all!) this backblocks boor bruskly put out 36