1.75b: The sternwheel's crawling strong. I seen your missus in the hall...
1.75c: Bald Tib does be yawning and smirking cats' hours on the Pollockses'...
1.75d: If you only were there to explain the meaning, best of men...
1.75e: She was flirtsome then and she's fluttersome yet. She can second...
1.75f: News, news, all the news. Death, a leopard, kills fellah in Fez...
1.75g: There'll be bluebells blowing in salty sepulchres the night...
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The sternwheel's crawling strong.
Huck Finn 19: 'stern-wheel'
I seen your missus in the hall. Like queenoveire.
|King Arthur's Hall|
queen of Eire
Arrah, it's herself that's fine, sure, don't be talking!
AngloIrish arrah: but, now, really
You storyan Harry chap longa me Harry chap storyan grass woman plelthy good trout.
below: "...about all same Harry chap"
Beche-la-Mar: longa: to, at, by, in
Italian grassa: fat
Dibble a hayfork's wrong with her only her lex's salig.
AngloIrish devil a hap'orth: not a halfpennyworth
Lex Salica: a 6thC body of Frankish law (especially known for excluding females from succession to a throne)
Danish salig: blessed
Irish salach: dirty
German selig: happy, delighted
Dutch zalig: delicious
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