unearths some literary gems.
From The Dead Don't Bite, by Douglas G. Browne:
"Byrom, Byrom and Byrom," said Miss Chennery. "And about five more. Firm of solicitors in Bledcaster."
[In this line spoken by a couturier, the delightful name "Lady Twizell" is dropped out of the blue--that is, she's a completely incidental entity who otherwise does not appear in the book, either onstage or off. And, of course, I can't help hearing the interjection meshing with what precedes it, to result in someone called "the Duchess of Mon Dieu!"]
"There is a costume for Lady Twizell, who goes abroad next week; a frock for the Duchess of--Mon Dieu! there are a dozen..."