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Quandary Resolution 5637
girn, miniver, lyric, cloister

During debates in the upper house, Lord Archibald Devereaux-Sproat, an ancient peer of the realm, garbed in the dusty wig and miniver of his office, cut rather an eccentric figure, since the lyric effusiveness of his notoriously interminable speeches, the product of a cloistered upbringing at the hands of his uncle, an aged pre-Raphaelite aesthete, would combine with furious displays of grotesque girning, a facial tic caused by his centuries-long consanguineous heredity.

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