The spur of cheese.
The mustard-pot of penance.
The cobbled shoe of humility.
The furred cat of the Solicitors and Attorneys.
The Teeth-chatter or Gum-didder of Lubberly Lusks.
The Ape’s Paternoster.
The Fat Belly of the Presidents.
The Merciless Cormorant, by Hoxinidno the Jew.
Bierce and Shakespeare are wrong, but admirable guesses. Continue to Resist the Google.
I’ll try Ben Franklin from one of his numerous essays.
Cool bet, wrong country
Terms President Bush thought of using before coming up with “Axis of Evil”?
works of F. Rabelais?
Presenting this as a “puzzle” is very misleading. Such a waste of time trying to figure out what these have in common when the answer is some obscure reference to an existing list, (which is nearly impossible to know without context).
And yet someone guessed it. Look, the whole point of a puzzle is to waste time.
Books in a chamber mentioned in Gargantua and Pantagruel – I am reading it, and admit I ran across this question because I was seeking a translation of some book title whuch are not translated in the version I am reading.
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