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Quandary Resolution 3708
paragon, heir apparent, piquant, aperçu

Prince Chang, heir apparent to the Scottish throne, was a paragon of royalty in every way: noble, valiant, wise, prudent, decisive, merciful, possessed of a piquant wit...indeed, he would have made a perfect king, were it not for one glaring abnormality, which even the most mentally-challenged of observers could scarcely fail to perceive at the very first aperçu: Prince Chang was Chinese--and what was more, no one could recall how he'd wound up in the Scottish royal family.


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