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Well, there was a fellow in white, languid, statuesque, but no demonic Bourdainian Untermensch, frenzied and couthless.
It is a huge and couthless shell of building in parallelogrammic form, containing all kinds of public offices in glorious confusion, looking with their glaring white-washed faces upon a central court, where a few leafless wind-wrung trees seem struggling for the breath of life in an eternal atmosphere of clay-dust and sun-blaze. 5
I'm going to take my camera and try to catch a pic of the inlaws for you, since so many of you have written me, wanting a photo of these couthless demons.
Who step by step perforce returns to couthless youth, wan, white and cold,
After a thirteen miles 'ride we halted at 10.40 a.m. under a rock on the left side, opposite three couthless heaps of water-rolled stones surrounded by fine quartz.
After a thirteen miles’ ride we halted at 10.40 a.m. under a rock on the left side, opposite three couthless heaps of water-rolled stones surrounded by fine quartz.
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