"That's what speech is for," remarked mistigris, by way of conclusion.
"But I suppose there are a good many Egyptians," said mistigris.
"'Ex Oriente flux,'" remarked mistigris's master, interrupting the speaker.
"A great painter is never married when he travels," said mistigris.
"Betting whatever you like means, in France, betting nothing at all," said mistigris's master.
"But you must own, all the same, that you were glad enough I knew how to box," said mistigris.
"They weren't made of butter like those of the David school," put in mistigris.
"Riot has but one language," said the astute statesman mistigris.
"Behave yourself, mistigris," said his master, giving him the nickname which the studio had no doubt bestowed upon him.
"And you left me without a sou in the locanda at Venice," said mistigris.