“A Brilliant Conspiracy” Episode 13.
Mimetic nauticals on punters qualifies as devious.
Reasoning suggests they control justifiably useful vessels, whether xebecs, yawls, even zabras.
Killicks grant incursive landfalls by hippic farmland.
Hippic of, like or pertaining to horses
Killick small anchor or heavy stone used as an anchor
Mimetic imitative; of, like or pertaining to mimicry
Xebec small three-masted pirate ship
Yawl a two-masted fore-and-aft-rigged sailboat with the mizzenmast stepped far aft so that the mizzen boom overhangs the stern.
Zabra small sailing vessel used off the coasts of Spain and Portugal
Archibald’s ‘Horse of the Day’
Man o’ War with his 20 wins out of 21 races might have attracted a Monkey. Of course he won $249,465 in purses.
Jamila’s ‘Daily Poison’
Distribution: North America;
Toxic principle: andromedotoxin;
Symptoms: hypersalivation, tears, impaired vision, tingling of skin, dizziness, vomiting, muscular paralysis, kidney failure, convulsions, coma, death; children are poisoned by eating leaves.
Necropsy of animals who have died from spoonwood poisoning show gastrointestinal hemorrhage.
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