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Quandary Resolution 2166
horology, vociferation, grandee, plenipotentiary
The Horological Times (March 6th, 1898) reported that, in exercising their plenipotentiary rights as veterans of the Old Tickers Club, each goateed grandee first vociferated against, then formally barred, the latecomer's admission to their Annual General Meeting.
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