Walter Scott about face (“Ivanhoe”, 1820) - Such a visage, joined to the brawny form of the holy man, spoke rather of sirloins and haunches, than of pease and pulse.
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Such a visage, joined to the brawny form of the holy man, spoke rather of sirloins and haunches, than of pease and pulse.
 Walter ScottIvanhoe (1820). copy citation

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