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Rabelais wrote Gargantua here, in this city devoted to the most Pantagruelian of pleasures.
The father of the new one was a great gormandizer of Pantagruelian dimensions.
To the heathen philosopher succeeded a pack of Capuchins, monks who forbid us the use of beans, that is, Pantagruelian books.
All he says of the Pantagruelian herb, though he amply developed it for himself, is taken from Pliny's chapter on flax.
I imagine myself as Panurge, taking counsel with a Pantagruelian friend.The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne|William J. Locke