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“Up, and put my people to perfect the cleaning of my house, and so to the office, where we sat till noon; and then we all went to the next house upon Tower Hill, to see the coming by of the Russia Embassador; for whose reception all the City trained-bands do attend in the streets, and the King's life - guards, and most of the wealthy citizens in their black velvet coats, and gold chains (which remain of their gallantry at the King's coming in), but they staid so long that we went down again home to dinner.”
“And I would have given money to see how nervous Theresa was when she had to take an order from hunky Pawel, of Pawel and the Polka Playboys, who wore the tightest pair of red-and-white-striped jeans you ever saw and who always would have his white peasant blouse unlaced low so that everyone could admire his muscles and could see close up when they passed the bandstand the tangle of thick gold chains that hung from his neck and dangled into his chest hairs a ruby-and-diamond Polish flag, a gold Liberty Bell, a pair of folded, praying hands, also golden, and a silver rhinestone-encrusted P the size of a hood ornament.”
“Thus it was that, year by year, Boss McGinty's diamond pins became more obtrusive, his gold chains more weighty across a more gorgeous vest, and his saloon stretched farther and farther, until it threatened to absorb one whole side of the Market Square.”
“She passed the alleylike opening of a small street crowded with little shops, thinking how they'd kill her — Poppa James and Amelia Blue — if they really knew about her, and what she was doing for the money to buy stuff like gold chains and Sassoon jeans.”
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