Even Miss M. Melvilleson, in the revived Caledonian melody of "We’re a-Nodding," points the sentiment that "the dogs love broo" (whatever the nature of that refreshment may be) with such archness and such a turn of the head towards next door that she is immediately understood to mean Mr. Smallweed loves to find money, and is nightly honoured with a double encore.
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The audience loved the performance and called for one encore after another.
The President has been very successful in his first term, but what will he do for an encore?