A Second String. King Coal (jauntily, to Britannia). "Afraid I've cut one or two of our dances." Britannia. "Oh, don't apologise! It's given me the opportunity of making the better acquaintance of Prince Petroleo - very nice and gushing. You musn't think you'll always be indispensible."
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