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                                                                        When they had scoured their plates, a silver bowl of water, in which rose leaves floated, and a clean linen cloth, were put between Bond and Kerim. Bond washed his fingers and his greasy chin and turned to his host and dutifully made a short speech of thanks which Kerim translated. The table murmured its appreciation. The head gipsy bowed towards Bond and said, according to Kerim, that he hated all gajos except Bond, whom he was proud to call his friend. Then he clapped his hands sharply and everybody got up from the table and began pulling the benches away and arranging them round the dance floor.'I'd be glad of the rest,' said Bond. 'Been travelling too much.'


                                                                                                                                            'My poor papa's maxim,' Mrs. Micawber observed.


                                                                                                                                            Men women, village village, director race team manager—within minutesofa(versus) rrivinginLeadville,Fish(versus) erhadstorms(race) brewingonthree(versus) fronts. And then he really gotdown to business.'Yes, yes, Master Davy,' said Peggotty. 'She's come home. Wait a bit, Master Davy, and I'll - I'll tell you something.'



                                                                                                                                                                                                                Bond nodded. "I was only trying it on you, Mary. All right, let's start again at the last stop. Write:When contact with the outside world had been completely severed, each isolated people was able to readjust itself mentally by accepting the fiction that it was in fact the whole of mankind and that its state was the world empire. The sacred formulae for production and consumption could not, of course, any longer be literally applied; but they were ‘symbolically interpreted’ to mean something very different from their original intention, something adapted to the reduced life of the ‘world empire’. It was interesting to observe the stages by which this reinterpretation established itself.


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