Roberta ran rings around the Roman ruins.
I can’t stand rotten writin’ when it’s written rotten.
Cows graze in groves on grass which grows in grooves in groves.
The crow flew over the river with a lump of raw liver.
Girl gargoyle, guy gargoyle.
All these examples, which might be multiplied by millions, are cases in
which a long, laborious, conscious, detailed process of acquirement has
been condensed into an instinctive and unconscious inborn one. Factors
which formerly had to be considered one by one in succession are
integrated into what seems a single simple factor. Chains of hardly
soluble problems have coalesced in one problem which solves itself
the moment it is raised. What is more, they have been pushed back (or
forward, if you like) from post-natal to pre-natal ones. The child
in the womb may take some time over them; but it is a miraculously
shortened time. —GB Shaw