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This man has discovered the sweetest enjoyment in peace; he will share it with none.

Pour honey over this tripe; set it before the fire to dry.

What lofty tones he uses! Did you hear him?

Get the eels on the gridiron!

You are killing me with hunger; your smoke is choking your neighbours, and you split our ears with your bawling.

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