’—’you must,’ he said in agitation, ’go and see the general manager at once.
I put the helm hard a-starboard at the moment when the pilgrim in pink pyjamas, very hot and agitated, appeared in the doorway.
He was a universal genius—on that point I agreed with the old chap, who thereupon blew his nose noisily into a large cotton handkerchief and withdrew in senile agitation, bearing off some family letters and memoranda without importance.
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Our goal is to agitate public unrest, so there will be a cry for change.