Putting on

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3 comments on this post.
  1. Anne:

    I thought it meant putting someone on the wrong scent.

  2. Galen Fott:

    The “Twain” quote is actually from “The Peter Principle”.

  3. M Cosand:

    “Putting on” in my vocabulary has always meant putting on airs. “Stop putting on, we all know the truth.” Is this not a common usage ?

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