North & South - - Last Word -

Six short ex­am­ples from the

Heine­mann Dic­tio­nary of New Zealand Quo­ta­tions, 1988:

“Ern, you’re drib­bling.”

Lady Ruther­ford to Ernest

“Growl you may, but go you must.”

GP’S motto by John Bor­rie

“The em­bod­i­ment of a neg­a­tive.”

James Busby de­scribes Gov­er­nor Gore Browne

“Good morn­ing, ev­ery­body!”

Aunt Daisy

“We will… open the books.”

David Lange “New Zealand the way you want it.”

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