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broken exthro Castilian into which the whole audience perse-1
guired and pursuited him olla podrida) outbroke much yellach-2
ters from owners in the heall (Ha!) in which, under the mollifi-3
cation of methaglin, the testifighter reluctingly, but with ever so4
ladylike indecorum, joined. (Ha! Ha!)5
    The hilariohoot of Pegger's Windup cumjustled as neatly 6
with the tristitone of the Wet Pinter's as were they isce et ille7
equals of opposites, evolved by a onesame power of nature or of8
spirit, iste, as the sole condition and means of its himundher9
manifestation and polarised for reunion by the symphysis of10
their antipathies. Distinctly different were their duasdestinies.11
Whereas the maidies of the bar, (a pairless trentene, a lunarised12
score) when the eranthus myrrmyrred: Show'm the Posed:13
fluttered and flattered around the willingly pressed, nominating14
him for the swiney prize, complimenting him, the captivating15
youth, on his having all his senses about him, stincking thyacinths16
through his curls (O feen! O deur!) and bringing busses to his17
cheeks, their masculine Oirisher Rose (his neece cleur!), and18
legando round his nice new neck for him and pizzicagnoling his19
woolywags, with their dindy dandy sugar de candy mechree me20
postheen flowns courier to belive them of all his untiring young21
dames and send treats in their times. Ymen. But it was not un-22
observed of those presents, their worships, how, of one among23
all, her deputised to defeme him by the Lunar Sisters' Celibacy24
Club, a lovelooking leapgirl, all all alonely, Gentia Gemma of the25
Makegiddyculling Reeks, he, wan and pale in his unmixed admir-26
ation, seemed blindly, mutely, tastelessly, tactlessly, innamorate27
with heruponhim in shining aminglement, the shaym of his hisu28
shifting into the shimmering of her hers, (youthsy, beautsy, hee's29
her chap and shey'll tell memmas when she gays whom) till the30
wild wishwish of her sheeshea melted most musically mid the31
dark deepdeep of his shayshaun.32
    And whereas distracted (for was not just this in effect which 33
had just caused that the effect of that which it had caused to oc-34
cur?) the four justicers laid their wigs together, Untius, Mun-35
cius, Punchus and Pylax but could do no worse than promulgate36