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Quandary Resolution 7914
shoehorn, ether, shot-clog, Ali shuffle, n.

And meanwhile, as the Party Grandees dithered over which candidates for the Leadership should be shoehorned onto the Ballot, with only two names to go forward for the Members to vote on, Timothy Michaelmas-Daisy found himself doing the Ali shuffle – floating like a butterfly and stinging like a bee – around the watering holes of Whitehall, always avoiding whichever that shot-clog Andrea Woesome had camped out in, pouring drinks into journalists mouths and the recitation of her utterly unique claim to be the Woman We Want as PM into their ears as it was on a loop; most eventually managed to say: "this is where I came in," and staggered out as if they had been imbibing ether rather than Scotch, and wherever Timothy went, his two shadows went with him, apparently utterly invisible!

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