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"His seniors described him as a man to watch - and, because there was something about him that made even Assassin's uneasy, preferably from a long way away" (Edward d'Eath, p. 9).

"Carrot was much better at this sort of thing. He knew the laws of Ankh-Morpork by heart. He was the only person who did" (Colon, p. 42).

"...and, after a battle with himself which he'd lost, he'd picked up half a bottle of Bearhugger's Old Persnickety and wandered into the night" (Vimes, p. 103).

Cigar smoke hung almost motionless in the air. Vimes was dimly aware that he'd spent several hours eating too much food in the company of people he didn't like" (Vimes, p. 115).

"No clowns were funny. That was the whole purpose of a clown. People laughed at clowns, but only out of nervousness. The point of clowns was that, after watching them, anything else that happened...

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