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charade
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Ulysses
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  • The first night after the charades.
  • Dolphin’s Barn, the charades.
  • At Dolphin’s barn charades in Luke Doyle’s house.
  • Once, in 1887, after a protracted performance of charades in the house of Luke Doyle, Kimmage, he had awaited with patience the apparition of the diurnal phenomenon, seated on a wall, his gaze turned in the direction of Mizrach, the east.
  • …his company manners making it so awkward after when we met asking me have I offended you with my eyelids down of course he saw I wasnt he had a few brains not like that other fool Henny Doyle he was always breaking or tearing something in the charades I hate an unlucky man and if I knew what it meant of course I had to say no for form sake dont understand you I said and wasnt it natural so it is of course it used to be written up with a picture of a womans on that wall in Gibraltar…

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  • Their participation in negotiations is a charade to buy time.
  • They took an already unacceptable bill and turned it into a charade.
    Fred Wertheimer

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