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  • Besides, you forget, Caesar, an indigestion declares itself immediately, while a prick or a bite occasions a delay of a day or two.’

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  • She suffers indigestion when she is stressed or eats too quickly.
  • Here’s a dilemma for you. I was sitting in the Palm, a famous steakhouse, trying to enjoy a rib-eye steak cooked medium rare. On the table in front of me, open to the first page, was a copy of a book about animal rights called Animal Liberation.  If that sounds like a recipe for indigestion, well, that was sort of the idea.
    Michael Pollan  --  The Omnivore’s Dilemma

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