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  • …for himself and his squire and a hack and an ass, saying he was a knight adventurer—God send unlucky adventures to him and all the adventurers in the world—and therefore not bound to pay anything, for it was so settled by the knight-errantry tariff: and then, all because of him, came the other gentleman and carried off my tail, and gives it back more than two cuartillos the worse, all stripped of its hair, so that it is no use for my husband’s purpose; and then, for a finishing touch…

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  • Some U.S. lawmakers are calling for punitive tariffs on Chinese goods.
  • I reckon it was the slaves and tariffs and things.
    Harper Lee  --  Go Set a Watchman

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