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Measuring His Distance

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A BROWBEATING counsel asked a witness how far he had been from a certain
place. Just four yards, two feet, and six inches, was the reply. How
came you to be so exact, my friend?--Because I expected some fool or
other would ask me, and so I measured it.





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