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, but don't it sound we
ll. --Oliver Goldsmith,
page 34. SARDINE-CAR.
A term of endearment gi
ven to crowded street c
ars. * * * * * Marcus A
urelius thus describes
the sardine-car in his
"Meditations"--see page
946--as follows: The s
ardine-cars consist of
fifty people trying to
squeeze into a space th
at was built only for a
Pajama hat and two new
spapers. The seats in t
he sardine-cars run sid
eways; the passengers r
un edgeways, and the li
fe insurance agents run
any old way when they
see these cars coming.
[Illustration] The sard
The Silly Syclopedia by Lott, Noah [pseud.]