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motley
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King Lear
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  • That lord that counsell’d thee To give away thy land, Come place him here by me,— Do thou for him stand: The sweet and bitter fool Will presently appear; The one in motley here, The other found out there.

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  • They are a motley crew.
  • a motley mix of tax cuts, infrastructure spending and other programs

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