"Qu'est-ce que c'est?"Title: FRENCH FOR BANKERS.
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"Learned counsel should use shorter words. Learned counsel is forgetting that this Court was not an 'A' student."
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"'Yes,' she mumbled?... Sighed?... Muttered?... Snarled?... Hissed?... Growled?..."
"Your vocabulary is enlarged."
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"Call it spring cleaning - I threw out all my dictionaries."
"Did you know that 'decimate' means kill just one out of every ten?"
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"I've just been called a 'materno-fascist.' "
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"Mr. Webster and I are, once again, in complete agreement."
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"On the other hand, we don't even have one word for 'swamp'."
A tombstone with an inscription reading: "Eugene R. Traskin - 'Literally died'"
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"Excuse me, but was that 'to wit' or 'to woo'?"
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"To what do you attribute your longevity."