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Title The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists
Page 1655
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Text as he could remember - it was only a small pimple, but it had grown larger, with something the appearance of scurvy. Crass attributed its continuation to the cold having `got into it last winter'. It was rather strange, too, because he generally took care of himself when it was cold: he always wore the warm wrap that had formerly belonged to the old lady who died of cancer. However, Crass did not worry much about this little sore place; he just put a little zinc ointment on it occasionally and had no doubt that it would get well in time.
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