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"My opinion candidly is," replied Sir Robert, "that if I wanted an efficient and eloquent advocate, I would readily give up all the other orators of whom we have been talking, provided I had with me this same broguing Irish fellow. '"
She glanced down, trying to see the admiration in his eyes; but his head was bent, and he was apparently absorbed in the occupation of tracing the broguing of her shoe with the long stalk of a chestnut leaf.
This shoe, at first glace, may appear to be a goody-goody lace-up, but the broguing transforms an otherwise simple design into something deliciously deviant.
The skull and crossbones broguing on these devastatingly dapper velvet slippers was inspired by the logo of the 17th Lancers, an ancient regiment of British guardsmen.
On O'Connell's name being mentioned, some critic fastidiously said, "Oh, a broguing Irish fellow! who would listen to