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Quandary Resolution 8164
Tapleyism, nide, blandish, CRUD, n.2

If you chance upon a cunningly concealed nide of feral pheasants it's no use trying to coax them out or blandish them with assurances of their succulence, for no excess of Tapleyism will actually see them set about plucking one another in readiness; far better spend your time in anthrozoological investigation to learn if they can master computer CRUD, for it is long established that some ptarmigan (also of the order Galliformes) are tolerably proficient in creating, reading, updating, and deleting files.

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