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Quandary Resolution 3776
tenable, becastled, satiety, sudorific

Lord Snozbury thought his military position tenable, if not impregnable; but he failed to take into account the voracious territorial appetite of the Duke of Horm, whose satiety would not be complete until he had laid waste to Snozbury's entire northern march, from the Plorkbaum Hills in the west to Snozbury's own becastled capital of Fardlesburg--where even now, untold hordes of Groobian slaves toiled in a sudorific, round-the-clock effort to erect the celebrated Gigantus of Fardlesburg, a 100-foot-tall chryselephantine statue of the god Seuss, which Snozbury fervently hoped would become the Eighth Wonder of the World, "and put Snozburia on the map once and for all."


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