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Quandary Resolution 643
surcease, beneficiary, colubrine, bibelot
As a named beneficiary in my great-aunt's will I received only a tattered cardboard box of costume jewellery, but experienced a sudden surcease of disappointment on detecting, hidden beneath a tangle of tawdry bibelots, her treasured Graeco-Roman colubrine necklace.
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