|C. A. Baker
|They’ll be unco pliant camels that can pass through the eye of a needle!
|Mrs F. Castle-Knight
|Pliant camels performing contortions could easily go through the eye of a needle
|Baffled camel’s plaint: “They can go easily through a needle’s eye”
|G. H. Clarke
|Use the switch to check up on these filaments—lamps can’t lie!
|F. L. Constable
|The right treatment of scalp ailment can produce some really fine hairs
|J. H. Dingwall
|Cover diseased and unsound stamen; expose sound ones
|cap ill + anag., & lit.
|Fibres in your canapé, Monsieur?—Still, they are of the finest type
|anag. incl. M
|H. H. Elliott
|Meagre crinal tissues, produced by untoward scalp ailment
|C. E. Gates
|Can camels go through the eye of a needle? Pliant camels can, but they must be very pliant!
|R. W. Hawes
|Thin hairs perhaps result from disfiguring scalp ailment
|J. Hardie Keir
|Plans upset by a fickle climate get you down
|anag. of plans, climate
|G. G. Lawrance
|A scalp ailment requires treatment when the hairs fall out
|G. M. Mercer
|Falling hairs? A form of scalp ailment is responsible. Put it right and get a fine crop
|anag., 2 defs.
|E. G. Phillips
|Cries of grief follow when the disease of plica starts and fine hairs are all matted together
|anag. + laments; see plica Polonica in C.
|H. Ingram Rees
|Produce of Manilla, etc. (p.s. Jolly fine stuff!)
|H. B. Ridley
|Ruinous scalp ailment—it makes fine hair so thin!
|W. O. Robertson
|What an unnatural alliance: politician and saint! The threads are indeed slender
|anag. of alliance, MP, St
|Capt C. Tyers
|Certainly there is more than just fine fibre in the constitution of all men past one hundred
|anag. incl. I, C
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