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 John Calverley - “In these markets there is a herd instinct where people rush out to buy but then as soon as people think differently suddenly there are no buyers.”
 S. Calverley - “Cats may have had their goose Cooked by tobacco-juice Still why deny its use Thoughtfully taken”
 S. Calverley - “I must mention again it was gorgeous weather, Rhymes are so scarce in this world of ours.”
 S. Calverley - “And this song is considered a perfect gem, And as to the meaning, it's what you please.”
 S. Calverley - “Eugene Aram, though a thief, a liar, and a murderer, Yet, being intellectual, was amongst the noblest of mankind.”
 John Calverley - “They are really waiting to see how the economy will perform this year before raising rates,”
 S. Calverley - “Life is with such all beer and skittles They are not difficult to please About their victuals.”
 S. Calverley - “Get out, you blazing ass Gabble o' the goose. Don't bugaboo-baby me”
 John Calverley - “My sense is that the U.K. market is two or three years ahead of the U.S. market.”
 John Calverley - “My sense is that the U.K. market is two or three years ahead of the U.S. market,”
 C. S. Calverley - “Jones - (who, I'm glad to say,Asked leave of Mrs. J. - )Daily absorbs a clayAfter his labours.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Meaning, however, is no great matter.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Complete with hat and gloves,One on and one a-dangle i' my hand,And ombrifuge (Lord love you), case o' rain.I flopp'd forth, 'sbuddikins on my own ten toes.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Study first Propriety for she is indeed the Pole-star.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Grinder, who serenely grindestAt my door the Hundredth Psalm.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Read not Milton, for he is dry nor Shakespeare, for he wrote of common life.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Cats may have had their gooseCooked by tobacco-juiceStill why deny its useThoughtfully taken”
 C. S. Calverley - “I must mention again it was gorgeous weather,Rhymes are so scarce in this world of ours.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Yet it is better to drop thy friends,O my daughter, than to drop thy 'H's'.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Eugene Aram, though a thief, a liar, and a murderer,Yet, being intellectual, was amongst the noblest of mankind.”
 C. S. Calverley - “I cannot sing the old songs nowIt is not that I deem them low'Tis that I can't remember howThey go.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Thou who, when fears attack,Bidst them avaunt, and BlackCare, at the horseman's backPerching, unseatestSweet, when the morn is graySweet when they've cleared awayLunch and at close of dayPossibly sweetest.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Get out, you blazing assGabble o' the goose. Don't bugaboo-baby me”
 C. S. Calverley - “The heart which grief hath cankeredHath one unfailing remedy - theTankard.”
 C. S. Calverley - “Life is with such all beer and skittlesThey are not difficult to pleaseAbout their victuals.”

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