Quadrivial Quandary:  Logophiles, Rejoice!  Each day we give you four unusual words.  Can you fit them all in one illustrative sentence?

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In the bijou theatre of his rickety mind he knew that his unique form of flighted bibliolatry was already deserving of official stellification, for although he remained strangely unappreciated as the sole exponent-reader-collector of his own self-published E.T.-inspired primer in levitational bicycling, it could only be a matter of days, hours even, before his still unquestioned leadership of the airborne peloton was suitably honoured by a celestial flypast in strict Dewey Decimal formation. (by Et Seqq)


We saw "E.T: The Extraterrestrial" at a little jewel of a movie theater, the Bijou in Narbrook Park, and as we witnessed the well-deserved stellification of the very young Drew Barrymore and Henry Thomas, even the most bibliolatrous among us admitted that sometimes a movie can be better than a book (especially at the part where the peloton of pre-pubescent bike riders took off and flew). (by cusheamus)


In the universe of televangelists, John's bibliolatry was—by itself—no distinguishing factor, but his oratorical charisma, his ability to portray any quotation—even the most tedious sequence of "begats" and "begots"—as a divinely inspired bijou, helped him shoot past the peloton of semi-famous preachers on neighboring channels and finally be stellified: if not by his god, then at least by his couch-bound flock and their Neilsen boxes. (by Rudi)
The Quandary for Tuesday, July 06, 2010 consisted of: Challenge: use all four words together in one illustrative sentence.

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