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  • He had received the rhino for the labour of his muse.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Lydia for Lidwell squeak scarcely hear so ladylike the muse unsqueaked a ray of hopk.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • A posse of Dublin Metropolitan police superintended by the Chief Commissioner in person maintained order in the vast throng for whom the York street brass and reed band whiled away the intervening time by admirably rendering on their blackdraped instruments the matchless melody endeared to us from the cradle by Speranza's plaintive muse.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • The vocal muse.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • The keeper of the Kildare Street Museum appears, dragging a lorry on which are the shaking statues of several naked goddesses, Venus Callipyge, Venus Pandemos, Venus Metempsychosis, and plaster figures, also naked, representing the new nine muses, Commerce, Operatic Music, Amor, Publicity, Manufacture, Liberty of Speech, Plural Voting, Gastronomy, Private Hygiene, Seaside Concert Entertainments, Painless Obstetrics and Astronomy for the People.) FATHER FARLEY: He is an episcopalian, anů  (not reviewed by editor)

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