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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 952 pages of information about Gargantua and Pantagruel.
At the cocksess.  At tip and hurl. 
At hari hohi.  At the flat bowls. 
At I set me down.  At the veer and turn. 
At earl beardy.  At rogue and ruffian. 
At the old mode.  At bumbatch touch. 
At draw the spit.  At the mysterious trough. 
At put out.  At the short bowls. 
At gossip lend me your sack.  At the dapple-grey. 
At the ramcod ball.  At cock and crank it. 
At thrust out the harlot.  At break-pot. 
At Marseilles figs.  At my desire. 
At nicknamry.  At twirly whirlytrill. 
At stick and hole.  At the rush bundles. 
At boke or him, or flaying the fox.  At the short staff. 
At the branching it.  At the whirling gig. 
At trill madam, or grapple my lady.  At hide and seek, or are you all
At the cat selling. hid? 
At blow the coal.  At the picket. 
At the re-wedding.  At the blank. 
At the quick and dead judge.  At the pilferers. 
At unoven the iron.  At the caveson. 
At the false clown.  At prison bars. 
At the flints, or at the nine stones.At have at the nuts. 
At to the crutch hulch back.  At cherry-pit. 
At the Sanct is found.  At rub and rice. 
At hinch, pinch and laugh not.  At whiptop. 
At the leek.  At the casting top. 
At bumdockdousse.  At the hobgoblins. 
At the loose gig.  At the O wonderful. 
At the hoop.  At the soily smutchy. 
At the sow.  At fast and loose. 
At belly to belly.  At scutchbreech. 
At the dales or straths.  At the broom-besom. 
At the twigs.  At St. Cosme, I come to adore
At the quoits. thee. 
At I’m for that.  At the lusty brown boy. 
At I take you napping.  At greedy glutton. 
At fair and softly passeth Lent.  At the morris dance. 
At the forked oak.  At feeby. 
At truss.  At the whole frisk and gambol. 
At the wolf’s tail.  At battabum, or riding of the
At bum to buss, or nose in breech. wild mare. 
At Geordie, give me my lance.  At Hind the ploughman. 
At swaggy, waggy or shoggyshou.  At the good mawkin. 
At stook and rook, shear and At the dead beast.
  threave.  At climb the ladder, Billy. 
At the birch.  At the dying hog. 
At the muss.  At the salt doup. 
At the dilly dilly darling.  At the pretty
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