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Quandary Resolution 8440
cumbrously, agrology, obstinate, Henriad, n.

Cumbrously, Marlon negotiated the path across the Common, particularly when finding his wayif one desired to respect social distance etiquetteblocked by an obstinate pensioner who disregarded all instruction, guidance or advice given and remained steadfast, in the middle of the path, studying the agrology of the Bec and pointing outto anyone passing, whether they wanted to be told or notthat in the last war, this whole area was allotments, Digging for Victory the campaign, and according to a scientific analysis of the composition of the soil, substrata, elevation, drainage, shade, aspect to the sun and the colour of Old Mother Riley's bloomers, here it was potatoes, there swedes, there carrots, cabbage, runner beans, peas, cucumber, marrow and what not; he might have been giving a speech from one of the Henriad, and Hermione recognised him as an actor whom she had interviewed before the Lockdown and who had in fact played Prince Hal in his youth and Falstaff more recently and she remembered him telling her about open-air productions of Shakespeare put on in this natural amphitheatre so, when MacFarlane seemed to be preparing for a confrontation, she called out: "we can cut across the grass Marlon, go right here," and was relieved when he did so and she even received a friendly wave from the actor who evidently remembered her, calling out: "keep safe, Mrs Brown, we don't want to go viral, now, do we," and she waved back and followed Marlon towards their block of flats, just beyond the stand of trees at the boundary.

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