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Another friend once said to me: "It is the rush and hurry and strenuousness of modern life which is scotching the drama."
ANOTHER SHEAFJOHN GALSWORTHY
Now, it appears that I shall figure very prominently in the work of scotching this snake.
It began as a place in which the East Side maiden could earn enough money to keep body and soul together without scotching either.
THE PENALTYGOUVERNEUR MORRIS

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