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Dining-out is a vice, a dissipation of spirit punished by remorse. We eat, drink and talk a little too much, abuse all our friends ...
The boneless quality of English conversation, which, so far as I have heard it, is all form and no content. Listening to Britons d ...
In proceeding to the dining-room, the gentleman gives one arm to the lady he escorts--it is unusual to offer both.
It is always allowable to ask for artichoke jelly with your boiled venison; however there are houses where this is not supplied.
As a general rule, do not kick the shins of the opposite gentleman under the table, if personally unaquainted with him; your pleas ...
If you wish to be good "Pantagruelists" (which is to say, live in peace, joy, health, and always dining well), never put too much ...
If ye had not plowed with my heifer, ye had not found out my riddle.
I had reconciled myself to a life without marriage or children for the sake of my career. And then my brothers got married. I real ...
I felt more than ever the necessity of my mission. But I went home out of spirits, I hardly know why. I must work by myself all li ...
The foolish fears of what might happen.
I cast them all away
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