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Quandary Resolution 8290
empanoply, primum mobile, aught, dunt, n.3

"So what's the name of your firm, Mr Owen?" asked Dai, although he hadn't yet been introduced, but the man accepted his question and said: "well the House is MacFarlane and Doubleday, of Jerusalem, Bethlehem and Jericho, with offices in Babylon, Assyria, Egypt and Nineveh, are you familiar with our catalogue, Mr. . . . .?" at which Dai laughed and said: "no really, I'm more of a cops and robbers kind of reader, or aught to do with Science Fiction and Aliens," but the others were clearly no longer listening to him and when he heard Jesus Johnny talking about how the Holy Ghost can empanoply a soul like a suit of armour, he too began to lose interest so he missed a reference the preacher made to The Creator as primum mobile and how he had provided escape hatches in the Space/Time Continuum because by that time Dai had discovered the cache of booze the Disciples had stored in some old tea chests that had obviously come from Ponty, one of them even had a tattered address label for the house next door to Dai's auntie Doris, which was when he felt a whack on his cranium which would have dunted a teapot, and he fell to floor, stunned!

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