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“Why don't you ask Sumph to publish 'em in your new paper -- the what-d'ye-call-'em -- hay, Shandon?" bawled out Wagg.”
“I'll have ye remember its name's not what-d'ye-call-'em, Mr. Wagg," said”
“a bit of twine, and asked me to make a clove hitch; I did, too, I know I did, but he said it wasn't, he said it was a granny's knot, and I was a what-d'ye-call-'em, and he would give me in charge.”
“You don't intend to stay down here, or, I suppose, to go on writing for that -- what-d'ye-call-'em -- that newspaper? ”
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. . . apologetic statesmen of a compromising kind,
Such as--What d'ye call him--Thing'em-bob, and likewise--Never-mind,
and 'St--'st--'st--and What's-his-name, and also You-know-who-- <...
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