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A tailor-made, double-breasted blue serge suit, close-hauled and demoded; a soft white silk shirt, with non-detachable collar; a plain black silk four-in-hand tie, and a uniform cap, set a little back and to one side on thick, black, glossy, wavy hair, completed his attire.
The three lounge-suits of tweed, though slightly demoded, would still be vogue in this remote spot.
Topped by a deer-stalking fore-and-aft cap in an inferior state of preservation, he wore the jacket of a lounge-suit, once possible, doubtless, but now demoded, and a blazered golfing waistcoat, striking for its poisonous greens, trousers from an outing suit that I myself had discarded after it came to me, and boots of an entirely shocking character.
It has bits of soliloquies and other dodges of technique now demoded.
He vegetated, superfluous and demoded, in a society which insisted that for its amusement the holy place be turned into a concert hall.
"Do you mean to defy me to my face?" demoded Squire Pope, growing very red.
I would like to think it's not an demoded tactic to create exclusivity, and more some sort technological aversion, like Prada's many years without a website.
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