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Quandary Resolution 8277
corbie messenger, out of kilter, oxymoron, gramadoelas, n.

But the amended message, as re-recorded by Hymie, was just such a corbie messenger, arriving too late, when the intended recipients were fast asleep in the basement, but then, had they heard it and noticed the difference in instruction, which presumably would make the two parts combine as an oxymoron, would they want to question it? or they may simply comment: "something a bit out of kilter there," and think no more of it, focussing on the first message which came at the scheduled time: "probably this other one is for someone else, out in the boondocks, the gramadoelas, in deepest, darkest Bavaria, or some confused and misunderstood Saxons up the Hartz Mountains, obviously not us!"

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