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“Stokes answered the question put to him by Lord Netherfield; they — Stokes, Simon, Portia, Charlie, Lady O, and his lordship — were gathered in the library, taking stock.”
“Lonsdale, which his lordship contested, and which was not settled until his death.”
“But then this had ever been the case, and the lawn-tennis was always played with two on a side; there were no tête-à-tête games between his lordship and Mary, and whenever the game was going on, Mrs Wortle was always there to see fair play.”
“Or some huge business deal his lordship Constable put together with the Russky mafia, Al-Qaeda, and the Home Guard?”
“Dr. Finn had seen Lord Tulla, having been sent for to relieve his lordship in a fit of the gout, and had been informed by the Earl that he meant to fight the borough to the last man; — had he said to the last shilling he would have spoken with perhaps more accuracy.”
“Probably only the regimental sergeant major and one or two of the troop-sergeants were my equals on horseback, and his lordship congratulated me once or twice on my riding.”
“Lord Fawn had been talking to Violet through the whole dinner, and Phineas was beginning to think that he should like to make another journey to Blankenberg, with the object of meeting his lordship on the sands.”
“Between the next bishop and Mr Wortle there was, unfortunately, misunderstanding, and almost feud for the entire ten years during which his lordship reigned in the Palace of Broughton.”
“Nigel was up there in midsummer, viewing his lordship and making ready, Janyn kept him company on the visit.”
“I give you his lordship on a platter by way of a confession to the federals, with copies to all the papers and nets.”
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Antonomasia: "n. The use of some epithet or the name of some office, dignity, or the like, instead of the proper name of the person; as when his majesty is...
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