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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And, at the very same moment, albeit in 1913, Dada Heidler, felt himself at a crossroad - his work for Cabaret Voltaire was receiving praise in the Vienna artistic circles and even being recognised in the newspapers: against all expetations, the bourgeois press was steadily building up the reputation of Jakob Goldman's experimental Theatre which combined outrageous comedy, inexplicable drama, with ludicrous poetry and allicient song; writers, composers and designers clamoured for an opportunity to participate in the nouvelle vague, the New Wave, which eschewed traditional narrative and plot, but steadily gained audiences tired with the predictable and traditional alternatives to be found in long-established theatres and opera houses;the darkly handsome Tristan Tzara was dashing off poems, manifestos and plays (in which established actors and actresses were queueing up to audition); Dada was working full-time, designing sets and costumes, which his girl-friend Magda worked long hours to turn into scenery and bespoke clothing for the players and the number of actors desprate to be cast was fast outnumbering the number required; often, two complete productions were in rehearsel while a third was still being performed to packed houses; Hugo Ball and Emmy Hennings had arrived from Germany and both were working furiously to expand the repertoire; Dada had created a range of large stencils which enabled him to quickly - with support of several assistants and a number of street urchins acting as paid lookouts - create amazingly realistic paintings on walls and other blank spaces throughout the city (as well as eeny-weeny motifs which his followers tried to identify, from cryptic clues published in the newspapers) and all of these were anonymous, and a growing number of fans, as well as the city authorities, vied to be the first to find and admire, or obliterate what had been done overnight; only a small band knew the identity of the artist and they held the secret of his name to be sacred and only wild horses would induce any of them to divulge the identity of their leader and inspiration; the Emperor himself was not only the butt of many of thesre humorous and seditious creations, nut also an unexpected fan: Franz-Josef insisted that he be informed as soon as possible of any that appeared and that nothing be done to disfigiure or disguise (usually by the applicaion of consideranle amounts of whitewash) and he had taken to having a photographic record of each one, with himself included in the image, usually standing to one side, and he also insisted that before covering or removing the artwork, an official application be submtted to him for appproval - and being a very busy man, Head of State with Affairs of State to be considered and responded to, it was little wonder that such matters, not involving issues of Life and Death, tended to move further and further down the list, accompaned by his murmuring of mea culpa before quickly moving on to some more pressing matter; so it was that more and more of Dada's anonymous works survived and became accepted decorations of the City!

(by MissTeriWoman)
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