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  • He wears a large ornament, like a double tooth torn up by the roots, made of coral, hanging at his watch-chain.

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  • You have noticed this nugget I wear on my watch-chain, steward?

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  • And fumbling hucksters, big with watch-chain pride,

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  • He wears a large ornament, like a double tooth torn up by the roots, made of coral, hanging at his watch-chain.

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  • He wore a three-piece suit, with a gold watch-chain hanging across his vest.

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  • He wore a three-piece suit, with a gold watch-chain hanging across his vest.

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  • As they munch on chocolate Éclairs, the crowd's animated dinner conversation is suddenly interrupted with the appearance of a rotund and bearded gentleman coming on stage, dressed in an old-fashioned black three-piece suit, replete with a gold watch-chain that spans its two waist pockets like an enormous inverted rainbow.

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  • A comb -- but there will be no hair -- a watch-chain, but there is no longer a watch.

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  • He wore a three-piece suit, with a gold watch-chain hanging across his vest.

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  • He wore a three-piece suit, with a gold watch-chain hanging across his vest.

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