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Into his 90s, he was still crisscrossing the globe, weaving Twain’s stories and quips into a peppery monologue about mankind’s pretensions and vices.
Most of the late-night TV hosts had a critical caveat when they delivered their monologues Wednesday night.
No one answered and Molly began to wonder how long this strange girl would endure the part of a monologist at college.
The audience grasped it and the monologist established a reputation for originality.
Looked at as a monologist he might pass if sufficiently interpolated with ah-le-ee!
I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
Lady Arthur is silenced, for she has not the slightest idea what a monologist is.
As "Spider" lit, the monologist shouted: "There goes another old friend of Alf's."
But the oddest thing was this, that he could take as well as give; he could listen—surely a rare talent in a monologist.
GREY ROSESHENRY HARLAND
Like a trained monologist, he had them listening, deceived by his smiling ease, waiting to hear the joke on the Arizona outfit.
RIM O' THE WORLDB. M. BOWER
At the dullest part in the monologist's offering, "Spider" let go all holds.

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