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An exceedingly and confoundingly perplexing jumble of a school, in fact, where black spirits and grey, red spirits and white, jumbled jumbled jumbled jumbled, jumbled every night.
In this way it had come about that Charley Hexam had risen in the jumble, taught in the jumble, and been received from the jumble into a better school.
In some visits to the Jumble his attention had been attracted to this boy Hexam.
Into the unspeakable jumble in the roadway rode a squadron of cavalry.
Yet it is not perfect - it has indeed been called "a most pleasant jumble.
The future is far from sweet for Bosworth Jumbles - Britain's earliest known cake - and Shropshire Fidget Pie.
Bosworth Jumbles, a favourite of Richard III apparently