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Quandary Resolution 3417
mammose, interjacent, wreak, brogue

The surpassing mammosity of the Lady Fenella was a thing none of us disputed ('twas said that in all the interjacent lands between the Firth of Forth and the Hesperides, no two hillocks could be found which were at once as vast, as plump, and as sweet for mortal fancy to rest upon), and it was not uncommon for the mere sight of Fenella's ample bosom to wreak havoc on the minds of the Scottish swains unlucky enough to fall under their spell--a fact which prompted Sir Angus MacFugger to quip, in his inimitable highland brogue, "Methinks the lady doth progest too much."


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