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pointing to the Dormouse, "he is the Stu­dent, and we are the Council."

"Phibetakappa, Phibetakappa, Phibeta­kappa," murmured the Dormouse sleepily,

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and was immediately silenced by the Hatter hitting him over the head with the mallet.

"That's his way of apologizing for being here," said the March Hare. "You see he's neither athletic nor prominent."

"I suppose you are both," said Alice politely.

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