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glutton
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Henry IV, Part 1
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  • …in their bodies no bigger than pins’-heads, and they have bought out their services; and now my whole charge consists of ancients, corporals, lieutenants, gentlemen of companies, slaves as ragged as Lazarus in the painted cloth, where the glutton’s dogs licked his sores; and such as, indeed, were never soldiers, but discarded unjust serving-men, younger sons to younger brothers, revolted tapsters, and ostlers trade-fallen; the cankers of a calm world and a long peace; ten times more…

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  • A glutton is someone who digs his grave with his teeth.
    French Proverb
  • I am not a glutton - I am an explorer of food.
    Erma Bombeck

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