Classic Books Company, 2001 - 500 Seiten
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... many examples of * God give you good even, as Rom. 6* Jul. I, ii, 56, and
Love's Lab. Lost, IV, ii, 84. The omission of * I before such words as ' pray ' is not
a parallel case. [Compare « the owl . . . Which gives the stern'st good-night,' Macb
Compare the way in which iftoq is used in Homer and Herodotus simply to mean '
a place ' (ra Hicudiav ifiea). 31. gait] Nares : Here used metaphorically, for
proceeding in a business. 32. proportions] Elze : Contingents, as in Hen. V; I, ii,
38. dilated] Caldecott : The tenor of these articles set out at large. Clarendon :
According to Minsheu, « delate ' is only another form of * dilate,' meaning « to
speak at large.' Compare ' defused ' and « diffused.' Bacon uses ' delate ' in the
Compare Twelfth Night, I, iii, 5, where it means « niece,' and III, iv, 68, where it
means ' uncle.' 64. and] Warburton suggested ' Kind my son,' or, as we now say, «
Good my son,' whereby, Warburton thinks, a pertinence is gained for Hamlet's ...
Caldecott holds it to be merely the expressions of grief. 95. incorrect] Caldecott:
Contumacious towards. 98. what] For the relative use of ' what,' see Abbott, § 252.
99. any the most] Francke : Compare ' any the rarest,' Cymb. I, iv, 65 ; anc * one ...
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