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Caged whale (who knows nothing of the mighty deeps) => Soup
 

=Tamar

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The bean soup the good mother makes for the errant boy.

Petulia Gristle => Errant boy
 

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Iam, Superior (aka the Cenobiarch) => Hermione, Lady
 

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What sentence that Sir Terry wrote uses the word "mas"?
 

RathDarkblade

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Ah ... there you have me. :( He doesn't use it, but mas (i.e. "carnival celebrations") do happen (e.g. in Genua). I was also attracted to the word, because it's the symmetric opposite of "Sam". :) But never mind; I pushed my luck too far.

Sam => mask

(Lots of them in the Opera House!)
 

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