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Les Petit Patou would invent new business, of a comicality that would once more make their fortunes.
THE MOUNTEBANKWILLIAM J. LOCKE
But there is great comicality in the earnestness with which these fleeting inclinations are spoken of.
LOUIS SPOHR'S AUTOBIOGRAPHYLOUIS SPOHR
She recovered all her gaiety before the comicality of the situation: "for the first cousin of the King of France."
LOUIS XIV AND LA GRANDE MADEMOISELLEARVEDE BARINE
"Forgot her parcels after a last good-by," thought Lancelot, and continued to smile at the comicality of the new episode.
THE GREY WIG: STORIES AND NOVELETTESISRAEL ZANGWILL
This is a kind of comicality undoubtedly dating from the first development of human wit.
THE HISTORY OF SIGNBOARDSJACOB LARWOOD
He was an inimitable story teller, and his peculiar tone and manner added immensely to the comicality of his anecdotes.
THE STORY OF A COMMON SOLDIER OF ARMY LIFE IN THE CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865LEANDER STILLWELL
The comicality of these generally serious faces has often made me forget the privations which I was myself undergoing.
SKETCHES OF CENTRAL ASIA (1868)ARMINIUS VMBRY
“Of course we are,” said I, laughing at the comicality of the situation, which struck me all of a moment.
CROWN AND ANCHORJOHN CONROY HUTCHESON
I note it because of its comicality, as well as its effectiveness in punishing the vicious priest.
THE LAST OF THE VIKINGSJOHN BOWLING
If some of the results had not been pathetic one could almost be overcome with the comicality of the whole business.
KELLY MILLER'S HISTORY OF THE WORLD WAR FOR HUMAN RIGHTSKELLY MILLER

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