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Quandary Resolution 8262
smoking gun, turducken, comestible, springe, adj.

Next morning, after the dreamless oblivion of exhausted sleep, Pete Laddie was hailed by a particularly springe Algie who had already been to the Newsagent, the Greengrocer, Fishmonger, Butcher and Co-Op and returned with the daily comestibles required by Aggie, which this morning, particularly included those necessary for her special Thanksgiving Turducken which would apparently bring a slew of friends, family, acquaintances and less-able former Toc H volunteers – not to mention a number of hitherto welcomed guests who had preceded Pete and still endeavoured to make this annual pilgrimage which, itself, was a precursor to the more important pilgrimage, that which would follow St Cuthbert's Way; as far as his hasty scanning of the various morning papers could show, no smoking gun – let alone Bazooka – had been found on the southern slopes of the Eildon Hills Range, which only exacerbated Pete's paranoia: no weapon found on the hills, ergo, the marksman still has it and to what purpose? answer – the elimination of Peter Boo!

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