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the cause of a complaint (real or imagined); or the complaint in formally written form
  • But her real grievance arose when, after Rippleton Holabird had agreed to give midnight supper on the roof of the Institute to one of her most intellectual dinner-parties, she telephoned to Gottlieb, merely asking, "Would it be too much trouble for you to go down and open your lab, so we can all enjoy just a tiny peep at it?" and he answered: "It would!
    Chapter 27 (16% in)

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