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  • He ate to live and to labor, and was pleased with a present of "fifteen marzolino cheeses and fourteen pounds of sausage -- the latter very welcome, as was also the cheese."

    Popular Science Monthly Oct, Nov, Dec, 1915 — Volume 86

  • He ate to live and to labor, and was pleased with a present of ` ` fifteen marzolino cheeses and fourteen pounds of sausage -- the latter very welcome, as was also the cheese. ''

    The Scientific Monthly, October-December 1915

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  • A vendor of old-clothes, in the act of hanging out a pair of long hose, had distractedly hung them round his neck in his eagerness to join the nearest group; an oratorical cheesemonger, with a piece of cheese in one hand and a knife in the other, was incautiously making notes of his emphatic pauses on that excellent specimen of _marzolino_; and elderly market-women, with their egg-baskets in a dangerously oblique position, contributed a wailing fugue of invocation.

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