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“Physically, he resembles him a little bit, at least a slight resemblance, the shape of his face, the brown hair. Journalistically, he's kind of followed in Jennings' footsteps, as far as he's done a lot of foreign reporting. He was embedded with the Marines in Iraq. Bosnia, Afghanistan. Pakistan. ... He's not a lightweight.”
“It bore absolutely no resemblance to the 'rude cabin' described by racial detractors, ... and was surrounded by a bake house, a milk house, a smokehouse, a chicken house with '44 big hens,' a workhouse, a cow house, and a barn that housed '30 big horned beasts.' ”
“CRAYFISH, n. A small crustacean very much resembling the lobster, but less indigestible.
In this small fish I take it that human wisdom is admirably figured and symbolized; for whereas the crayfish doth move only backward, and can have only retrospection, seeing naught but the perils already passed, so the wisdom of man doth not enable him to avoid the follies that beset his course, but only to apprehend their nature afterward. --Sir James Merivale”