Nemo


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Nemo, qui condemnare potest, absolvere non potest. He who may condemn may acquit. Dig. 50, 17, 37.

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I tasted, more from curiosity than as a connoisseur, whilst Captain Nemo enchanted me with his extraordinary stories.
Captain Nemo suddenly became silent in the midst of this enthusiasm, by which he was quite carried away.
Captain Nemo," said I to my host, who had just thrown himself on one of the divans, "this is a library which would do honour to more than one of the continental palaces, and I am absolutely astounded when I consider that it can follow you to the bottom of the seas.
I thanked Captain Nemo, and went up to the shelves of the library.
This room is not only a library," said Captain Nemo, "it is also a smoking-room.
At that moment Captain Nemo opened a door which stood opposite to that by which I had entered the library, and I passed into an immense drawing-room splendidly lighted.
Captain Nemo must have expended millions in the acquirement of these various specimens, and I was thinking what source he could have drawn from, to have been able thus to gratify his fancy for collecting, when I was interrupted by these words:
I followed Captain Nemo who, by one of the doors opening from each panel of the drawing-room, regained the waist.
It began a few months back, when Nemo was out for a spin with his adoptive family.
Lawyers for Disney claim that they registered copyright on Nemo in 2000, after developing the character independently.
Send your entries, to arrive by Friday February 13, to: Nemo, The People, PO BOX 4018, London E14 5BL.
And little Nemo himself, assuming he was the only remaining juvenile underfish there, would have moved up the hierarchy and become his new mom's next mate.