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  • The old goat might have seized the moment-indeed, he reached for his pipes-had not Alobar threatened to address his private parts with a gesture appropriate to the preparation of eunuchs.

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  • But one night in nineteen fifty-five, a few weeks before he died, he was out on the porch talking with a friend of his, the county prosecutor, a wonderful old goat named Sam Vincent.

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  • Instead of concentrating on how I might solidify my position on this chessboard and teach this old goat some much-needed humility, I think about Manny Rodriguez.

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  • The lusty old goat with his lusty she-goat of a sister that blood ran in the Queen's veins, and what was not Tudor was Stewart, which was never icy.

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  • Łukasz never showed up but everyone else did, including Candy de Bethune, who was now on her fourth husband but kept the name, a matter that was being reviewed by the French courts, who didn’t necessarily agree with Candy’s view that, having put up with the old goat for five years, she was entitled to remain a countess for life.

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  • Oh oh I hope that old goat got out and will be saved like Smiler Ching, she had prayed fervently.

    Noble House


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