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DUKEDuta-Ulu Klang Expressway (Malaysia)
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"No, no," exclaimed the duke, "take the marquis on shore first."
"Wretched knaves!" exclaimed the duke, drawing himself up with a haughty gesture, which sprinkled them with blood, "obey directly!
"I commit him to your care, as you value your lives," said the duke. "Take M.
The flow of the tide had borne the duke's and De Wardes's clothes to the shore, and De Wardes was wrapped in the duke's doublet, under the belief that it was his own, when the fishermen carried him in their arms towards the town.
"Stop," said the duke, "Pistache, jump for the queen." And he raised his cane six inches higher.
"And now," said the duke, raising it still six inches higher, "jump for the king."
"Now, then," said the duke, and as he spoke, lowered the cane almost level with the ground; "Pistache, my friend, jump for the `Illustrious Coxcomb, Mazarin de Piscina.'"
"What," asked the duke, "what do you mean?" and he gave him the cane again, first making a semicircle from the head to the tail of Pistache.
"With pleasure," the Duke answered, who loathed walking.
He seems pleased enough with us," the Duke remarked.
"From my experience of him," the Duke said, "I don't think we shall know until he chooses to tell us."
"I'll mention it," the Duke promised, "but I am afraid my womenfolk are scarcely up to this sort of thing.