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  • So it must have been very clever what they call cutting or editing or some such veshch.

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  • Then he patted me on the noga and went out, and I tried to puzzle the whole veshch out as best I could.

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  • But I couldn't stand that sort of veshch, sicking all over the floor, so I held it back.

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  • I hadn't really thought about that sort of veshch at all, and it only now really began to dawn on me that I'd be a fine free malchick very soon, and then I viddied that would only be if I played it everybody's way and did not start any dratsing and creeching and refusing and so on.

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  • What was brought in now, brothers, was a big shiny box, and I viddied clear what sort of a veshch it was.

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  • The stereo was on again and was playing a very sick electronic guitar veshch.

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  • And then I was into another saucer brim - ful of creamy moloko and near went flying again, the whole veshch really a very humorous one if you could imagine it sloochatting to some other veck and not to Your Humble Narrator.

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  • He was in the land all right, well away, in orbit, and I knew what it was like, having tried it like everybody else had done, but at this time I'd got to thinking it was a cowardly sort of a veshch, O my brothers.

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  • We could viddy from the poster on the Filmdrome's face, a couple of fly-dirtied spots trained on it, that there was the usual cowboy riot, with the archangels on the side of the US marshal six-shooting at the rustlers out of hell's fighting legions, the kind of hound-and-horny veshch put out by Statefilm in those days.

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  • "Then I was picked out by the Minister of the Inferior or Interior to have this Ludovico's veshch tried out on me."

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  • Meaning "thing" (Russian origin)in Nadsat (literary lingo from A Clockwork orange).

    January 7, 2009