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[A toad-eater] is a metaphor taken from a mountebank's boy who eats toads in order to show his master's skill in expelling poison. ...
The heart-throb for the welfare of humanity therefore passes into the ravings of an insane self-conceit, into the fury of consciou ...
Now your beer belly hangs outlike Fatso.
You are popping your buttons and expelling gas.
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At last, an injury suffered brings you back to my bed, expelling you from the doors of another!
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