Onion of the Court?Siehe auch: Opinion of the Court - Gerichtsgutachten
Dabei hatte ich es schon mehrmals richtig gelesen.
Erinnert mich an:
"'That deceased appears to 'ave been struck with a 'eavy blunt instrument of some considerable superficies——'"
"Meaning, he said, by that," explained the Superintendent, "as it wasn't a little fiddlin' thing like the beak of a 'ammer."
"'On the posterior part of the'—I can't rightly make this out, sir. Looks to me like 'onion,' and that makes sense all right, only it don't sound like doctor's language."
"It couldn't be that, Joe."
"Nor it ain't 'geranium' neither—leastways, there's no tail to the G."
"'Cranium,' perhaps," suggested Peter. "The back of the skull."
"That'll be it," said Kirk. "That's where it is, anyhow, never mind what the doctor calls it."
Dorothy Sayers, Busman's Honeymoon, p. 159http://gutenberg.ca/ebooks/sayers-busman/saye...