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, n. In American
, that exposed
of the army that is
"PIE, n. An advance agent of the
whose name is Indigestion. Cold pie was highly esteemed by the
. Rev. Dr. Mucker (in a funeral
a British nobleman) Cold pie is a detestable American comestible. That's why I'm done -- or
-- So far from that dear London. (from the headstone of a British nobleman in K."
of which we
our errors of
for those of age."
, n. The
"HEAD-MONEY, n. A capitation tax, or poll-tax. In ancient
there lived a king Whose tax-collectors could not
From all his
gold enough To make the
way less rough. For pleasure's highway, like the dames Whose premises adjoin it, claims Perpetual repairing. So The tax-collectors in a row Appeared before the
to pray ."
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