One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Clearly happy to live in some pantomime version of the distant Celtic past, these shabby play-actors only serve to give the concrete jungle a good name.’
- ‘The diving play-actors, on whom referees have been instructed to clamp down, will draw scant consolation from that as they take an early bath.’
- ‘Beyond this, we now find Prime Ministers who are unconscious play-actors, living out tragicomic careers as if for all the world they were indeed the authentic rulers of our time.’
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