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Yesterday, at dusk, I was working in my shop with a light heart when the little hunchback, who was more than half drunk, came and sat in the doorway.
The chief of police and the crowd of spectators were lost in astonishment at the strange events to which the death of the hunchback had given rise.
"Sire," replied they, "the hunchback having drunk more than was good for him, escaped from the palace and was seen wandering about the town, where this morning he was found dead.
The Sultan of Kashgar no sooner heard these words than he ordered an usher to go to the chief of police and to bring all the persons concerned in the hunchback's death, together with the corpse, that he wished to see once again.
The Sultan asked everybody concerned in the hunchback's affair to tell him their stories.
For years the players and supporters of Juventus have been habitually referred to as 'gobbi' - the nickname meaning hunchbacks.
HUNCHBACKS, dwarves and even "irrational objections" from the elderly helped delay the introduction of compulsory seatbelts by more than 10 years, secret documents revealed.
HUNCHBACKS, dwarves and even "irrational objections" from the elderly helped delay the introduction of compulsory seat-belts by more than 10 years, secret documents revealed.
With the folklike dance of her Hunchbacks, 1994, McBride introduces into the model of modernism she has thus quoted a narrative explicitly excluded from it.
lTELLING her tall bridesmaids to crouch in front of her, making them look like "hunchbacks";