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  • It was a row of one-story shops covered with galvanized iron, or with clapboards painted red and bilious yellow.
  • …doesn’t appreciate the big wages you pay her, and she is so cranky, all these Swedes are so cranky, I don’t really see why you have a Swede, but——But that wasn’t it, I didn’t eat them not because I didn’t think they weren’t cooked proper, it was just—I find that onions don’t agree with me, it’s very strange, ever since I had an attack of biliousness one time, I have found that onions, either fried onions or raw ones, and Whittier does love raw onions with vinegar and sugar on them——"

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  • a bilious mood
  • One would think you were sick, or bilious, or something.
    Jack London  --  Adventure

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