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A. S. P. C.L. Fish. 'To see the fish cut with her golden oars the filver stream

Ibid. 3 1 131 2158 Fish not with this melancholy bait, for this fool's gudgeon, this opinion M. of Ven. I 19826 No more than fith loves water

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Ibid. 5 2 3027 Of a fish that appear'd upon the coast on Wednesday the fourscore day of April, forty thousand fathom above water

Winter's Tale. 41 31 352 1 45 Of a dragon, and a finless fish

1 Henry iv. 31 45855 While others fish with craft for great opinion, I with great truth catch mere simplicity

Troilus and Creffida. 41 41 8801236 The imperious seas breed monsters; for the dish, poor tributary rivers as sweet fic

Cymbeline. 4) 2 914 2160 To fight when I cannot choose ; and to eat no fith

Lear. 1 41 9351 ? 'Tis well thou art not fith ; if thou hadít, thou hadst been poor John Rom. and Jul. 1 1 96811 12 Fisher. The fisher with his pencil

Ibid. 1 2 9701 53 Fishermen, that walk upon the beach, appear like mice

95612 30 Fishified. O felh, flesh, how art thou fithified

Romeo and Juliet.241 97812/24

Hamlet. 21 21011 250 Fifhmonger. You are a fithmonger Fift. Give me thy fift, thy fore-foot to me give

Henry v.2 151511122 Of fist most valiant

Ibid. 41 1 527? 43 Fisting each others throat

Coriolanus.14) 5 7291212 Firs. In these fits I leave them

Tempeft. 3 3 152150 She'll fit it

Merry W. of Windjor. 2 53 1113 thy consent to my sharp appetite

Meas. for Meal: 24 86 2 46 We'll fit him to our turn

Tam. of tbe Sbrew.31 2 26617 These fix'd evils fit so fit in him

All's Well. 1 278158 It doth not fit me

Twelftb Night. 3) 3 822212 Call Gardiner to me my new secretary; I find him a fit fellow

Henry vüi.2 2 682 1.17 Fit you to the custom

Coriolanus. 21 21 716 132 A better head her glorious body fits

Titus Andronicus. 1 2 83312) 1 thy thoughts

1 8361 46 Well said, my lord, well; you say so in fits

Troi. and Crep 3 1 87112 36 Fit you to your manhood

Cymbeline. 31 41 911128 How fit his garments serve me

Ibid. 41 1 914 1 28 Must make content with his fortunes fit

Lear. 31 21 947 21 I Fit of the face. All the good our English have got by the late voyage is but merely a fit or two o' the face

Henry viii. 31 676230 Fits o'the season. Your husband, he is noble, wise, judicious, and best knows the fits o'the season

Macbetb. 41 2 3792130 Ficbew.

Treilus and Cressida. 1884 2 41

Lear. 41 6 9581 'Tis such another fitchew, marry a perfum'd one

Otbello. 4, 110681243 Fitful. Aster life's fitful fever, he sleeps well

Macbeth. 31 21 374|2|15 Firly. Even so moft fitly as you malign our senators

Coriolarus. 1 1 704/21 I will fitly bring you to hear my lord speak

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2 934/1/46 Fitment. It was a fitment for the purpose I then follow'd

Cymbeline. 5 5 927259 Fitnefs. Have you, I say, an answer of such fitness for all questions All's Well. 2 2 28511156 Their fitness now does unmake you

Macbeth. 1 71 368210 'Tis said a woman's fitness comes by fits

Cymbeline. 41 11 914130 If his fitness speaks, mine is ready

Hamlet. 5) 2103912 S Fitted with a husband

Mucb Ado About Noth. 2 126114 Well fitted in the arts, glorious in arms

Love's Lab. LA.2 1 152 153 Well are you fitted, had you but a moor

Titus Andron. 5) 21 8521219 Fitteth. It fitteth not a prelate so to plead

i Henry vi. 31 1 55512.10 Firmwater. Lord. D.P.

Richard ii.

413) Fixure. Quite from their fixure

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3 Flag. This common body, like to a vagabond Aag upon the stream, goes to and back

Ant. and Cleop. 14772123 I must thew out a flag and sign of love

Othello. I 1/1045 1/43 Flagga of rhenith

Hamlet. 5) 1103511145 Flakes. Had you not been their father, there white flakes had challeng'd pity of them Lear. 47 3600 37 Maky. Flaky darkness, breaks within the east

Ricbard i.'s 3 666 2.14 Flanie. Let me not live, quoth he, after my Aame lacks oil, to be the snuff of younger spirits

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A.S. P. C. L. Flame. The premised Aames of the last day knit earth and heaven together 2 Henry vi.]51 21 60112139 - The name o' the taper bows toward her

Cymbeline. 22 902133 Flamens. Seld-shewn Ramens do press among the popular throngs, and puff to win a

Coriolanus. 2 vulgar station

1 714 119 - Hoar the flamen, that scolds against the quality of Aeth

Timon of Arbens. 41 31 821 2 3 Flaming. He having colour enough, and the other higher, is too flaming a praise for a good complexion

Troilus and Crelli 2 859261 Flaminius. D. P.

Timon of Arbens. 803 Flanne. I am not able to answer the Welch flannel

M.W. of Windf. 51 5

7311) Flap. Thou green sarcenet fap for a sore eye

Troilus and Creipts | 884 155 Flap-dragon. Thou art easier swallowed than a flap-dragon

Love's Labor Lol.15 1 165 011 To see how the sea fap-dragon'd ic

Winter's Tale.131 31 3471132 And drinks off candles' ends for flap-dragons

2 Henry iv. 2

41 4861140 Flap-ear'd. A whoreson, beetle-headed, flap-ear'd knave Taming of the Sbrew. 41 268 2 34 Flaring. With ribbands pendant, Aaring 'bout her head Merry Wives of Wind. 41 5 7212113 Flap. The flash and out-break of a fiery mind

Hamlet. 2

1 10091128 Flajes. Lord Timon will be left a naked gull, which Aales now a phoenix T. of Atb.2 1 810 1 6 Every hour he flashes into one gross crime or other, that sets us all at odds

Lear. 11 31 934 2 14 Flafk. A carv'd bone face on a falk

Love's Lab. L . 5 2 172 1134 Flat. The boy hath fold him a bargain, a goose, that's flat

Ibid. 1 1 1552 33 Nay, I will; that's fat

1 Henry iv. 31 447129 I'll not march through Coventry with them, that's flat

Ibid. 4 2 465220 Flat-long. An it had not fallen flat-long

Tempest 2 9 110 Flatly. He tells you fatly what his mind is

Tam. of the Sbrew.lu 21 258 1125 Flatness. That he did but see the fatness of my misery

Winter's Tale. 3 2 345 126 Flats. Half my power this night, passing these fats, are taken by the tide

K. Jobr. 5 41012159 Flatter. Think not I Aatter, for I swear I do not

Two Gent. of Verona. 4 3 4011 3 To flatter up these powers of mine with rest

Love's Labor Loft.5 21 1732 56 We thank you both, yet one but flatters us

Richard ü. 1 1 414 15 - Should dying men fatter with those that live? -No, no: men living Aatter those that die

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1| 4202/26 'Tis fin to flatter, good was little better

3 Henry vi. 5) 66311211 He that will give good words to thee, will fatter beneath abhorring Coriolanus.lt 1 705123 - I will, fir, fatter my sworn brother the people, to earn a dearer estimation of them

Ibid. 21 31 717149 - He would not flatter Neptune for his trident, or Jove for his power to thunder Ibid. 3 1 722 1 3 Flatter'd. He that loves to be fatter'd, is worthy o'the flatterer Timon of Atbil1 il 806112 Flatterers. A thousand flatterers fit within thy crown

Richard i. 2 1| 420|2/41 When I was a king, my fatterers were then but subjects; being now a subject, i have a king here to my fatterer

Ibid. 4) Il 4342 9 When drums and trumpets Thall i' the field prove fatterers, let courts and cities be made all of false fac'd soothing

Coriolanus. 1 91 71012 59 When I tell him he hates flatterers, he says, he does; being then moft flattered J.C&f=12

1 7481243 This is the world's sport; and just of the same piece is every flatterer's foul T.of A. 3 2 814 1 12 Flatteries. He does me double wrong that wounds me with the flatteries of his tongue

Richard ii. 3) 21 428
Flatlering. You are a Aattering boy; now I see, you'll be a courtier M. W.of Wind. 3 2
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Henry viii. 31 1 687 2146 - Think'it thou, I am so Ihallow, so conceitless to be seduced by thy Aattery

Trvo Gent. of Verona. 41 2

391158 Even 'till I shrink with cold, I smile, and say this is no fattery As You Like It.12 1| 2291118 Having neither the voice nor the heart of flattery about me.

Henry v. 5 2 5401238 By flattery he hath won the commons' hearts

2 Henry vi. 31 1 583 2 28 He water'd his new plants with dews of Aattery

Coriolanus. 5! 573811115 I kiss thy hand, but not in fattery, Cæsar

Julius Casar. 31752216 Flavius. D.P. Jul. Caef. p. 741.

D. P. Tim. of Aibens. 803 Flaunts. Or how should I, in these my borrow'd Aaunis, behold the steroness of his presence

Winter's Tale. 4 3 35011 5 Flaws. Falling in the flaws of her own youth, hath blister'd her report Meal. fr Maj. 21 3 Oh, these fiaws and farts, (impostors to true fear)

Macberb. 3 4 375260 As sudden as fiaws congealed in the spring of day

2 Henry iv. 41 41 497 2 45 - Do calm the fury of this mad bred Aaw

2 Herry vi. 3 1 586317 Like a great sea mark, standing every flaw, and fáving those that eye thee Coriolanus.ls 31735!2141

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A. S. P. C. L. Flaw. Observe how Antony becomes his flaw

Ant. and Cleop.131101 788,1123 This heart fall break into a hundred thousand Aaws, or ere I'll weep

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4 945,2133 The winter's flaw

Hamlet. 5

11035, 230 Flawed. For France hath Aaw'd the league

Henry vili... 1 67312 There have been commissioners sent down among them, which have faw'd the heart of all their loyalties

Ibid. 1

2 674 228 But his Aaw'd heart (alack too weak the conflict to support!)

Lear. 5 31 964 2 1 Flax. I'll fetch some fax, and whites of eggs to apply to his bleeding face Ibid. 3) 71 952 235 Flax-wench. Deserves a name as rank as any fax-wench

Winter's Tale. 1 Flay'd. He has a son, who shall be flay'd alive, then 'nointed over with honey, and set on the head of a wasp's nest

Ibid. 41 3 357125 Who's yonder, that does appear as he were fiay'd

Coriolanus. I 67091153 Flea. If he have no more man's blood in his belly than would sup a flea Love's L. Luft. 5 21 1722153 This is the most villainous house in all London road for Acas

i Henry iv. 2 11 448 121 - 'A saw a fica sticking upon Bardolph's nose, and 'a said, it was a black soul burning in hell-fire

Henry v. 2 - You may as well say that's a valiant fea, that dare eat his breakfast on the lip of a lion

Ibid. 3) 7 5262 32 Fleance. D.P.

Macbeth. Flearing. You speak to Carca : and to such a man, that is no fearing tell tale J.Cafar. 1 3 7461 35 Flecked. And fiecked darkness like a drunkard reels

Romeo and Juliet. 2

3) 977 149 Fled. I have fled myself; and have instructed cowards to run and Mew their shoulders

Antony and Cleopatra. 31 9178717 He fled forward Nill, towards your face

Cymbeline. 1 3 895 2 34 Fleece. Her sunny locks hang on her temples like a golden fleece Mer.of Ven. 1

1 199 124 We are the Jasons, we have won the fleece.-Would you had won the fleece that he hath lost

21 211259 Fleer. Never feer and jest at me

M. Ado About Notb.5 1 141235 To fleer and scorn at our solemnity

Romeo and Juliet. 1 5 9732 48 Mark the fieers, the gibes, and notable scorns

Oibello. 41 1068 124 Fleered. One rubb’d his elbow, thus; and fileer'd and swore Love's Labor Loft. 5 2 167113 Fleet. And fleet the time carelessly, as they did the golden world As You Like Ir. 1

1 2242 24 If echo were as ficet, I would esteem him worth a dozen such

Induc. to Tam. of the Shrew. Shall fleet, in dreadful trial of our kingdom's king

King Jobr.2 So cares and joys abound, as seasons feet

2 Henry vi. 24 582 1 40 To darkness feet, souls that fiy backwards

Cymbeline. 5) 31 921111 - [prison.] Go, carry Sir Jolin Falstaff to the Fleet; take all his company along with him

2 Henry iv. 5 506 2 48 - [of Tips.] Our sever'd navy, too, have knit again, and feet, threat’ning most sea like

Ant. and Cleop. 311 790114 Fleeting. Clarence is come--false, fleeting, perjur'd Clarence

Ricbard ii. i 4! 641 2 46 And I, iience fieeting, here remain with thee

Ant. and Cleop. 1 37712 18 Fleming. I had rather trust a Fleming with my butter, than my wife with herself

Merry W. of Windsor. 2

562 33 Flemish drunkard

Ibid. 2 Flesh. I am as pretty a piece of flesh as any is in Messina Much Ado About Norb. 4)

2 1411 5 Such is the fimplicity of man to hearken after the flesh

Laie's Laber Lot.1

1 1492 For an equal pound of your fair flesh

Merchant of Venice. 1 3 2012 37 A pound of man's feth, taken from a man, is not so estimable, profitable neither as fleth of muttons, beefs, or goats

Ibid. 1 3 201|2|5T There is more difference between thy Aesh and hers than between jet and ivory Ibid. 3

Il 2090 That he would rather have Anthonio's flel, than twenty times the value of the sum

Ibid. 3) 2 2121 43 The pound of flesh which I demand of him, is dearly bought, is mine, and I will have it - I am driven on by the Aeth

Ali's Well. 1/ 3280245 Your flesh and blood has not offended the king; fo your fiesh and blood is not to be punished by him

Winter's Tale.4) 3 3561 57 Within this wall of Aesh there is a soul, counts thee her creditor

King J bn. 3 3 399 220 And Ales his spirit in a warlike soil

Ibid. 5/ 1407/2 42 As if this fieth, which walls about our life, were brass impregnable

Richard ii. 3) 2 428/1/18 Huge hill of flesh

i Henry iv. 21 41 4532153 Thou seest, I have more Aeth than another man; and therefore more frailty

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A.S. P. C.L. Flesh. Could not all this felh keep in a little life? Poor Jack, farewel 1 Henry iv. 5| 41 471 2126

There is another indictment upon thee, for suffering flesh to be eaten in thy house, contrary to law

2 Henry iv. 2! 41 4872 T Men's ferh preservod so whole, do seldom win

2 Henry vi. 31 586121 On the Alps, it is reported, thou didst eat strange flesh

Ant. and Cleop. 1 41 772 149 With you, goodman boy, if you please; come, I'll felh you

Lear.21 2 94112 Me they shall feel, while I am able to stand: and 'tis known, I am a pretty piece of flesh

Romeo and Juliet. 11 1968 111 Flesb’d. Come, brother John, full bravely haft thou flesh'd thy maiden sword 1 Hen. iv. 5 4 4712 59 The kindred of him hath been filesh'd upon us

Henry v. 41 5782 37 Flesbed villains.

Richard it. 41 31 658 2130 Flesbes. And this night he fleshes his will in the spoil of her honour All's Well. 41 Flefoment. And in the fleshment of this dread exploit, drew on me here again Lear. 2 2 941|237 Flejbmonger. And was the duke a felhmenger, a fool, and a coward, as you then reported him to be

Meas. for Meas. 51 Flew'd [hounds.) So few'd

Mid. Nigba's Dream. 4 | 1901135 Flexure. His legs are for necessity, not for flexure

Trois and Crefl: 2

3 369212 Flibbertigibbet. This is the foul fiend Flibbertigibbet; he begins at curfew, and walks till the first cock

Lear. 31 41 949 11 9 His operations

Ibid. 3 41 949 111 (Fiend of mopping and mowing.) Who since possesses chambermaids and waiting

Ibid. 4 Flickering. Like the wreath of radiant fire on flickering Phoebus' front

Ibid. 2

2 9412 20 Flies. I have been in such a pickle I shall not fear fly blowing

Tempeft. 51 1

22113 These summer fies have blown me full of maggot oftentation Love's Lab. Loft. 512 1701114 So we profess ourselves to be the Naves of chance, and Aies of every wind that blows

Winter's Tale. 4 - And so I shall catch the Ay, your cousin, in the latter end, and she must be blind too

Henry 0.51 21 5411 3 The common people swarm like summer Aies

3 Henry vi. 2

6 6151 52 Then never had they sprung like summer flics

Ibid. 21 6615161 Lie graveless; 'till the dies and gnats of Nile have buried them for prey Ant. and Cleo.!311 One cloud of winter showets, these flies are couch'd

Timon of Atb. 21 21 812 11 3 Lamentation on a fly being killed

Titus Andronicus. 3 2 8442136 As flies to the wanton boys, are we to the gods; they kill us for their sport Lear. 4 953 1131 And, though he in a fertile climate dwell, plague him with flies

Orbello. 1 I 104461 46 Fliers. He stopt the fliers

Coriolanus. 2

21 71524.1 Flight. Disguifing and pretended Aight

Two Gent. of Verona. 26 Flighty. The flighty purpose never is o'ertook, unless the deed go with it

Macbeth. 4 1 379 1 47 Flincb. If I break time, or flinch in property of what I spoke, unpitied let me die

All's Well. 2 11 2841251 - If he finch, chide me for it

Troi. and Crell 3 2 873 2 2.6 Fling. Else would I have a fling at Winchester

i Henry vi. 31 1 5552117 Fline. Fire enough for a fint

Love's Lab. Loft. 4 2 159 2 20 Rough hearts of Aint

Mercbant of Venice. 4) I 21915 You are yoked with a lamb, that carries anger, as the fint bears fire 9. Cafar. 41 31 760 15 So light a foot will ne'er wear out the everlasting fint

Romeo and Juliet. 2 6 9812 18 Fline castle. Go to Flint castle, there I'll pine away

Richard ii. 32 428 1 54 Flinty. Then I love thee, because thou art a woman, and disclaim'ft Ainty mankind

Timon of A:bens.si 1 8251 18 Flirtgills. Scurvy knave! I am none of his Airtgills

Romeo and Julie:. 241 979241 Flest. But float upon a wild and violent sea, each way, and move

Marbeib.42 379 2136 Fleck. How will the love, when the rich golden Maft hath kill'd the flock of all affections elle

Twelftb Nigh:. 11

307 2 18 - They could do no less, out of the great respect they bear to beauty, but leave their flocks

Henry viii. 1 41 678142 Fleads. The delighted spirit to bathe in fiery floods

Meas. for Meal. 31 1 · There is, sure, another food to-ward, and these couples are coming to the ark

As You Like It. 5 41 248121 Like a bated and retired food

King Jobr. 51 41 410726 Now let not nature's hand, keep the wild flood confind

2 Henry iv. 1 1 47517 49 Where it shall mingle with the state of floods

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His youth in food, I'll pawn this truth with my three drops of blood Tr. and Cr.11 31 864 2 1 Fiood-gates. For tears do stop the flood-gates of her eyes

1 Herry iv. 2 41 455144 For my particular grief is of so floodsgate and o’erbearing nature

Oibelio. 1 3 104712117 Florence. Duke of. D.P.

All's Well. 277 Florentine. I never knew a Florentine more kind and honest

Orbello. 31 11059119 The Florentines and Senoys are by the ears

All's Wdl. I 227912, 27 Florentius. Be lhe as foul as was Florentius' love

Tam. of ibe Sbrew. 1 2 2584117 Florize. D.P.

Winter's Tale. 3331 Flore. Mediterranean fote

Tempeft. 1 411158 Flour. All from me do back receive the flour of all, and leave me but the bran

Il 704252 Flouret's eyes

Mid. Night's Dream. 41 2 1901 22 Fleuris. Sith that the justice of your title to him doth flourish the deceit Mea. for Mea. 4 93 7 Lend me the flourish of all gentle tongues

Love's Lab. L. 41 31 1631 Poor painted queen, vain flourish of my fortune

Richard i. 1 3 640 1 19 I call’d thee then, vain flourish of my fortune

Ibid. 1414 6601 8 To this effect, fir; after what fourish your nature will

Hamlet. 5) 210391"132 Flout. What, wilt thou flout me thus unto my face

Comedy of Errors.1 2 105|2 31 Dost thou jeer and flout me in the teeth

Ibid. 2 21 10711 28 Ere you fout old ends any further

Much Ado Ab. Norb. i 124/1/18 That lye, and cog, and fout, deprave and Nander

Ibid. 5 2 142 115 A college of wit-crackers cannot fout me out of my humour

Ibid. 51 41 1462 27 O, poverty in wit, kingly-poor flouts

Love's Labor LA.52 1682 30 Full of comparisons, and wounding fouts

Ibid. 5 2 1741 27 Where the Norweyan banners flout the sky, and fan our people cold Macberb. I 2 3641 29 By heaven, these scroyles of Angiers flout you, kings

King Jobr.2 21 394-15 - I could have given my uncle's grace a flout

Ricbard i. 241 647213 You bring me to do, and then you flout me too

Troi. and Cref. 4 2 8782 40 Floured. Why, madam, have I offer'd love for this, to be so fouted in this royal presence

Richard iii. 2 1 644/2 35 Shall I be flouted thus by dunghill grooms

i Henry vi.fi 3] 5471127 Sorrow flouted at, is double death

Titus Andronicus. 3 8432 34 Flouring Jack. Do you play the flouting Jack

M. Ado Abt. Norb. I 112311 36 We shall be fouting; we cannot hold

As You Like It. 5 1 2451156 Flower. This is the flower that smiles on every one

Love's Lab. Loft. 51 2 169141 This by the flower of odious savours sweet

Mid. Nigbt's Dream. 3) 1 1832 49 and their qualities ascribed by Perdita

Winter's Tale. 41 3 3502 1 Look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under it

Macbet b. 1 5 367146 My unblown fiowers, new-appearing sweets

Richard u. 41 41 659 1 45 Flower of warriors, how is't with Titus Lartius

Coriolanus. 1670912 5 Strew flowers before them

Ibid.s) 41 737 238 That's Æneas; is not that a brave man? he's one of the flowers of Troy Tr. & Cr.li 21 8602 28 Whiles yet the dew's on ground, gather those flowers

Cymbeline. 16898117 These flowers are like the pleasures of the world, this bloody man, the care on't Ibid. 4 2 917257 Verona's summer hath not such a flower

Romeo and Juliet. 1) 31 9712132 Sweet flower, with flowers I strew thy bridal bed

Ibid. 51 31 995112 Flower-de-luces. Cropp'd are the flower-de-luces in your arms

i Henry vi. 1 I 544 211 Flower-Soft hands

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27762 Flown. Having flown over many knavish professions, he settled only in a rogue W. Tale. 4 2 349|2 Fluellen. D.P.

Henry v. 509 Flung. All these accus'd him strongly, which he fain would have flung from him, but, indeed, he could not

Henry viii. 2 1 6791 37 He's flung in rage from this ungrateful feat of monstrous friends Timon of Alb. 41 21 819 211 Flush. And fun youth revolt

Aniony and Cleop. 1 41 772131 Now the time is flush

Timon of Albers. 56828 2 14 As Aufh as May

Hamlet. 31 310232) I Flufter'd with flowing cups

Otbello.21 3.1055147 Flute. D. P.

Mid. Night's Dream. 1751 Flux. "Tis right, quoth he, thus misery doth part the Aux of company As You Like 11.2

1) 22912) 3 Fly. Anotiver would fly swift, but wanteth wings

i Henry vi. 1 il 544/26 We will not fiy, but to our enemies throats

1 5441231 And fly would Talbot never, though he might

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