Gargantua and Pantagruel eBook

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  wing.  The veins, like a sash-window. 
The nape of the neck, like a paper The spleen, like a catcall.
  lantern.  The guts, like a trammel. 
The nerves, like a pipkin.  The gall, like a cooper’s adze. 
The uvula, like a sackbut.  The entrails, like a gauntlet. 
The palate, like a mitten.  The mesentery, like an abbot’s
The spittle, like a shuttle. mitre. 
The almonds, like a telescope.  The hungry gut, like a button. 
The bridge of his nose, like a The blind gut, like a breastplate.
  wheelbarrow.  The colon, like a bridle. 
The head of the larynx, like a The arse-gut, like a monk’s
  vintage-basket. leathern bottle. 
The kidneys, like a trowel.  The ligaments, like a tinker’s
The loins, like a padlock. budget. 
The ureters, like a pothook.  The bones, like three-cornered
The emulgent veins, like two cheesecakes.
  gilliflowers.  The marrow, like a wallet. 
The spermatic vessels, like a The cartilages, like a field-
  cully-mully-puff. tortoise, alias a mole. 
The parastata, like an inkpot.  The glandules in the mouth, like
The bladder, like a stone-bow. a pruning-knife. 
The neck, like a mill-clapper.  The animal spirits, like swingeing
The mirach, or lower parts of the fisticuffs.
  belly, like a high-crowned hat.  The blood-fermenting, like a
The siphach, or its inner rind, multiplication of flirts on the
  like a wooden cuff. nose. 
The muscles, like a pair of bellows.  The urine, like a figpecker. 
The tendons, like a hawking- The sperm, like a hundred
  glove. ten-penny nails.

And his nurse told me, that being married to Mid-lent, he only begot a good number of local adverbs and certain double fasts.

His memory he had like a scarf.  His undertakings, like the ballast
His common sense, like a buzzing of a galleon.
  of bees.  His understanding, like a torn
His imagination, like the chime breviary.
  of a set of bells.  His notions, like snails crawling
His thoughts, like a flight of star- out of strawberries.
  lings.  His will, like three filberts in a
His conscience, like the unnest- porringer.
  ling of a parcel of young His desire, like six trusses of hay.
  herons.  His judgment, like a shoeing-
His deliberations, like a set of horn.
  organs.  His discretion, like the truckle of
His repentance, like the carriage a pulley.
  of a double cannon.  His reason, like a cricket.

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