- How," says the trooper, folding his arms and looking with indomitable firmness at his brother, "how is my mother to be got to scratch me?"
- "Really," returned Mr. Kenge, "it is as well that he is NOT here to-day, for his—shall I say, in my good friend’s absence, his indomitable singularity of opinion?
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Melville, Herman -- Moby Dick LXVIII-CXXXIV