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Which will give us a completely different picture of Colonel Parker than most people have, because the letters are so eloquent, so witty, also so smart and so to-the-point that they’re just fascinating.
Their art was courageous, clever, witty, and beautiful, but also capable of inspiring bold change.
These texts are a treat, mingling hard facts with witty and intriguing tidbits about the science behind an item and its context.
Sometimes, as Mathews remembers, she was witty and joyfully impulsive, but she couldn’t raise her sons with anything except a hand-to-mouth existence and constant household moves.
LEARNING TO PARENT YOUR PARENTTERRI SCHLICHENMEYERAUGUST 21, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
On “Frasier,” the pompous, but lovable, witty, opera-aficionado, twice-divorced psychiatrist Frasier Crane has moved to Seattle.
At lunch he was the greatest possible fun, bubbling over with jokes and witty sallies.
She cultivated a witty habit of speech, the society of cabinet ministers, and her chef was a celebrity.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
"When I wants a maid, I'll please mysel," a declaration which all present seemed to consider very witty.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
The damsel, uninterrupted in her own loquacity, had not discovered that this witty gentleman was——dumb!
A witty knave bargained with a seller of lace in London for as much as would reach from one of his ears to the other.

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