The extreme outpost of the face. From the circumstance that great conquerors have great noses, Getius, whose writings antedate the age of humor, calls the nose the organ of quell. It has been observed that one's nose is never so happy as when thrust into the affairs of others, from which some physiologists have drawn the inference that the nose is devoid of the sense of smell.
There's a man with a Nose, And wherever he goes The people run from him and shout: 'No cotton have we For our ears if so be He blow that interminous snout!'
So the lawyers applied For injunction. 'Denied,' Said the Judge: 'the defendant prefixion, Whate'er it portend, Appears to transcend The bounds of this court's jurisdiction.'