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Quandary Resolution 2935
obtest, pilgarlic, forebear, abut

When, during our post-prandial saunter down the Long Gallery, the young laird (Robbie the Bruiser), a polished pilgarlic and practised pugilist, obtested at my joshing that his ranks of limned forebears were similarly every man of them portly slapheads, he swiftly (being suddenly overcome by a paroxysm of fellow-feeling) abutted his cranium tight against mine in that act of tender reproof known as ''Glasgow kissing'.

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