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used in The Princess Bride

5 uses
  • "In that case," Yellin said, and he dropped to one knee and held out the envelope, "I must resign."
    p. 323.9
  • As a matter of fact, Yellin already had his resignation written and in an envelope in his pocket.
    p. 322.3
  • I do not accept your resignation, you are doing a capable job, there is no plot, I shall slaughter the Queen myself this very evening, you shall run Guilder for me after the war, now get back on your feet.
    p. 324.4
  • Once we have that, we'll need a royal proclamation or two, my father can resign as being unfit for battle, and you, dear Yellin, will soon be living in Guilder Castle."
    p. 324.9
  • "Actually, that was something of a fib," Buttercup said as they began to ride for freedom, "seeing as Lotharon hasn't officially resigned, but I thought 'I am the Queen' sounded better than 'I am the Princess.'
    p. 355.8

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