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  • n. Plural form of extempore.


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  • Lets meet up somewhr for extempores and GD / PI's > As it is people from teh same centre are gonna be called together. so hopefully these discussion would be fruitful for all.


  • If thou art one of those critics in dressing, those extempores of fortune, who, having lost a relation and got an estate, in an instant set up for wit and every extravagance, thou'lt either praise or discommend this book, according to the dictates of some less foolish than thyself, perhaps of one of those who, being lodged at the sign of the box and dice, will know better things than to recommend to thee a work which bids thee beware of his tricks.

    Gargantua and Pantagruel, Illustrated, Book 4


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