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Quandary Resolution 3721
bluff, capias, gregarious, agnomen

It takes a gregarious person to enjoy taking part in mass nude Morris dancing on top of a windswept bluff, and I will  confess to being such a person,  and  acknowledge that when performing I bear the agnomen "Georgina the Goosepimple", as recorded on the capias issued for my arrest for "Indecent exposure and lewd behaviour in a public place", for which, Your Honour, I plead an emphatic "not guilty,"  for my performance was done in the name of Art and was, you must surely agree, most tastefully executed.

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