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Quandary Resolution 5612
proem, disinter, lèse-majesté, mot juste

Contrary to its proem, which sironed a rather innocuous detailing of the minutiae from the lives of the members of the royal family, the autobiographical book of Mr. Jeeves - former butler to the queen - turned out to be a lèse majesté - an exposé disintering the glut, excess and libertinism prevailing in the royal family - making it the most sensational book in recent times to lay claim to the mot-juste.

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