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K. J bn. 31 1 398 1161 His spirit is come in, that stood so out against the holy church

Ibid. 51 21 408/27 An I have not forgot what the inside of a church is made of, I am a pepper-corn, a brewer's horse

i Henry iv.3) 31 461/2/30 l'faith, and thou followd'st him like a church

2 Henry iv. 2 41,486 122 For all the temporal lands, which men devout, by testament, have given to the church, would they strip from us

Henry v. 1 1 510115 Estimate of the value of the land the king wants to have from the church Ibid. 1 1 510118 And ne'er throughout the year to church thou go'st, except it be to pray against thy foes

i Hen. vi. I 1544131 And bawds, and whores, do churches build

Lear. 3 2 947 2118 He must build churches then: or else shall he suffer not thinking on Hamlet. 3) 2 1019255 Church-bench. Let us go sit here upon the church-bench till two Mu. Ado Abt. Norb.31 3) 13412140 Church-men. Had not church-men pray'd, his thread of life had not so roon decay'd i H. vi. 1

544 122 That church-man bears a bounteous mind indeed, a hand as fruitful as the land that feeds us

Hen. viü. 1 367711/37 You are a churchman, or, I'll tell you, cardinal, I should judge now unhappily Ibid. 11 31 6781221

Love, and meekness, lord, become a church-man better than ambition Ibid. 5 2 699 2115 Churcb-men's babits. If you be any thing but church-men's habits

Ibid. 3) 1 6872 17 Cburcb-yards. Ghosts, wandering here and there, troop home to church-yards

Midf. Nigbi's Dr. 3 2 1882 16 If this same were a church-yard, where we stand

K. Jobr. 31 31 399/2/40 I am almost afraid to stand alone here, in the church-yard Romeo and Julier. 5| 31 995110 Churl. Good meat, sir, is common, that every churl affords

Comedy of Errors. 3 1 1 109 1138 Some stern untutor'd churl

2 Hen. vi. 3 2 5882157 Fye, thou art a churl

Timon of Atbers. 1 2 807 1 4 Lavinia, though you left me like a churl, I found a friend Titus Andronicus. " 2 836/2 12 - Pr'ythee, fair youth, think us no churls

Cymbeline. 3 61 913 2 18 O churl! drink all; and leave no friendly drop, to help me after Rom. and Jul. 15 31 996213 Cbus. I have heard him swear to Tubal and to Chus

Mercb. of Venice. 3 2 2 12 142 Cbuse. Believe me, lord, I think he cannot chuse

Induc. to Tam. of the Shrew. 1 252 1138 Cicatrice. Lean but upon a rush, the cicatrice and capable impressure thy palm some moment keeps

As You Like It.3) 5) 240 1150 With his cicatrice, an emblem of war, here on his finister cheek All's Well.2 283 2 1 There will be large cicatrices to thew the people

Curiolanus. 2 1 713 51 Since yet thy cicatrice looks raw and red after the Danish sword

Hamlet./4 3/1927 2/10 Cicely

Comedy of Errors. 3 1 109 148 Cicero. D.P.

Yulius Cear. 741 looks with such ferret and such ficry eyes

Ibid. 1 27431259 is dead, and that hy order of proscription

Ibid. 141 31 7601234 Cicefter. The rebels have consum’d with fire our town of Cicester in Glostershire Rich. ii. 5 6439 -21 Cimmerian. Your swarth Cimmerian doch make your honour of his body's hue Tit. An. 2 3 838 2 27 Cinna. D. P.

Julius Cæfar. 741 Cinelure. Now happy he, whose cloak, and cincture can hold out this tempest K. John. 41 31 4071 5 Cinders. The cinders of the element

2 Henry iv. 41 31 49612 25 I fall Mew the cinders of my spirits, through the ashes of my chance Ant. and Cleop. (5) 2 800155 Cirque-pace. Wooing, wedding, and repenting, is as a Scotch jig, a measure, and a cinque-pace

Much Ado About Norb. 2 1 126 120 Falls into the cinque-pace faster and faster

Ibid. 2 1 1261125 Circe's cup

Comedy of Errors.151 1 119137 Circe. As if with Circe, she would change my shape

i Henry vi. 51 41 566128 Circle. Thus have I yielded up into your hand, the circle of my glory K. Joon. 5 11 407719 With Henry's death the English circle ends

i Henry vi. I 2 5462144 And of thee craves the circle of the Ptolemies for her heirs Ant. and Cleop. 310 7881 I would anger him, to raise a spirit in his mistress circle of some strange nature

Romeo and Juliet. 2 1 975 132 Circuit. This fell tempcft Mall not cease to rage, until the golden circuit on my head

2 Henry vi. 3 1 586/2/15 Circumcised. I took by the throat the circumcised dog, and smote him thus O bello. 5 2 1079235 Circun.mur'd. He hath a garden circummurid with brick

Measure for Measure. 9319 Circumfcribed. From where he circumscribed with his sword Tirus Andronicus. 2 832 52 Circun feription. I would not my unhoused free condition put into circumscription and confine

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A. S. P. C. L. Circumstance. So by your circumstance you call me fool Two Gentlemen of Verona.l1| 11 2312/23 With circumstance and oaths so to deny this chain

Comedy of Errors. 5 i shorten'd

Much Ado About Notbing. 3/ 2 1332 33 The interruption of their churlish drums cuts off more circumstance

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391 1146 This peroration with such circumstance

2 Henry vi. 1 572 226 Who, in his circumstance, expressly proves—that no man is the lord of any thing

Trei.and Cred: 31 31 8752 40 - Sir, my circumstances, being so near the truth, as I will make them, must first induce you to believe

Cymbeline. 2 4 904 2152 Circumftanc'd. 'Tis very good; I must be circumstanc'd

Orbello. 3) 4 10662 43 Circumvent. One that would circumvent God

Hamler. 11034128 Circumvention. What ever hath been thought on in this state, that could be brought to bodily act ere Rome had circumvention

Coriolanus. 1 2 7062 It will not in circumvention deliver a fly from a spider

Troi. and Crefl: 2 31 868 2134 Ciftern. Your wives, your daughters, your matrons, and your maids, could not fill up the cistern of my luft

Macbeth. 41 31 381125 Or keep it as a cistern, for foul toads to knot and gender in

Orbello. 4 2 10718 Cital. He made a blushing cital of himself

i Henry iv. 5 2 469 2 6 Cite. I need not cite him to it

Two Gent. of Verona. 24 Cired. And had I not been cited so by them, yet I did purpose as they do entreat 2 H. vi. 3 2 5892118 Cites. Whose aged honour cites a virtuous youth

All's Well. 3) 28212) 6 I think, it cites us, brother, to the field

3 Hinry vi. 2 Cities. So the maiden cities you talk of, may wait on her

Henry v. 51 2 Citizens. Sweep on, you fat and greasy citizens, 'tis just the fashion As You Like It. 21 2291211 - Tell them, how Edward put to death a citizen, only for saying he would make his son þeir to the crown

Ricbard iii. 31 51 6531213 - When he speaks not like a citizen, you find him like a soldier

Cori lanus. 31 3 725130 But not so citizen a wanton, as to seem to die, ere fick

Cymbeline. 41 21 9141226 Cittern. A cittern head

Love's Labor Loft. 51 2 172129 City. What is the city but the people

Coriolanus. 31 1 72011138 City-feaft. Make not a city feast of it

Timon of Athens, 31 68181114 City-women. The city-women bear the cost of princes on unworthy Toulders ?

As You Like It. 21 7 233111 Coet. He rubs himself with civet

Mu. Ado About Notb. 3/ 2 133142 is of a baler birth than tar; the very uncleanly flux of a cat As You Like Il.32 235 122

Give me an ounce of civet, good apothecary, to sweeten my imagination! Lear. 41 6 95811110 Civil. Civil as an orange

Mu. Ado Abr. Norb. 2 1 12811

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Prologue ro Romeo and Juliet. 9671 4 Civil diffention is a viperous worm, that gnaws the bowels of the common-wealth i Hen. vi. 31 555 226 Civil nigbi. Come, civil night, thou sober-suited matron, all in black Romeo and Juliet. 31 2 9832 41 Civil fwords.

Antony and Cleopatra. 1 31 7701155 Civil-war. And let our hearts, and eyes, like civil war, be blind with tears, and break o'er-charg'd with grief

3 Henry vi. 2 5 614 225 Civility. Use all observance of civility, like one well studied in a sad oftent Mer.of Ven. 2 2 2040 55 - Or elle a rude despiser of good manners, that in civility thou seem's so empty

As You Like It. 2 7 2331131 Clack-difh. His use was to put a ducket in her clack-dish

Meas. for Meos. 3) 2 97137 Claim.' Nor claim no farther than your new-fall’n right, the seat of Gaunt, dukedom of Lancaster

i Hen. iv. 5) 1 468 1114 - And we, in pity to our gentle king, had Nipp'd our claim until another age 3 H. vi. 22 6131 12 For your claim, fair filter, I bar it in the interest of my wife

Lear. 5 3 963 1130 Clamour. A widow weeps an hour in clamour, and a quarter in rheum Mu. Ado Abs. Notb. 5 21 1451 12 your tongues, and not a word more

Winter's Tale. 4 31 3527117 And more he spoke, which founded like a clamour in a vault

3 Henry vi. 5 2 62912 3 Whilft I can vent clamour from my throat, I'll tell thee thou dost evi! Lear. I

931121 There the shook the holy water from her heavenly eyes, and clamour moisten’d her 16.4 3 9551155 Big in clamour

Ibid. 5 9642115 Clarger. Like to a dismal clangor heard from far

3 Henry vi. 2 Clap on more fails

Merry Wives of Winajir. 22 551135 - I would defire you to clap into your prayers

Mcafure for Pleasure. 4 3 952153 Shall we clap into 't roundly, without hawking, or spitting, or faying we are hoarse

As You Like I1.5 32471151 upon you two or three probable ljes

Al's Well. 3! 294 1154 And clap thyself my love

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A.S. P. C. L. Clap. And on your heads clap round fines for neglect

Hen. viii. 51 31 70112 22 What, fifty of my followers, at a clap

Lear. I 41 937 2.44 Clapd. Was ever match clap'd up so fuddenly

Taming of the Sbrew./2 1 263 11 5 Clopped. All clapp'd under hatches

Tempeft. 51 21211 Let them be clapp'd up close and kept asunder

2 Henry vi. 1 4 577 2 54 e molt tyrannically clapp'd for't

Hamlet.2 2 10132 40 Ciu. His tongue is the clapper

Much Ado About Nothing: 31 21 13316 Czer ili wv. He will clapper-claw thee tightly

Merry Wives of Windsor. 2 3 57 Clippe- luwing. Now are they clapper-clawing one another Troilus and Cressida. 51 4 888217 Clift. And all of you clapt up together in an Antony

Ant. and Cleop. 141 21 7901256 Capri ike clout. He would have clapt i' the clout at twelve score

2 Henry iv. 3) 2 4892 5 Clarence, Thomas, Duke of. D.P. 2 Hen. iv. p. 473.

Duke. D. P. 3 Hen. vi. 603 George, Duke of. D. P. Rich. iii. p. 633.

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Ricb. iii. 633) Duke, his dream

Ibid. 1 41 64111 SI Edward's lamentation for his murder

Ibid. 2 1645119 Now will I in, to take some privy order to draw the brats of Clarence out of sight

Ricbard ii. 3) 51 6532 47 Claribel, marriage of, to the King of Tunis

Tempeft. 2 816 improbability of her returning to Naples

Ibid. 2 Clasp. Moit reverend Nestor, I am glad to clasp thee

Troi. and Cref. 41 5 883128 Though forfeiters you cast in prison, yet you clasp young Cupid's tables Cymbeline. 3 2 907216 To the gross clasps of a lascivious Moor

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D.P. Mu. Ado Abr. Norb. Claudius. D. P. Ju. Cæfar. p. 741.

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999 Clow no man in his humour

Much Ado About Notbing. | 31 1242 51 If a talent be a claw, look how he claws him with a talent Love's Labor Lo.4 2 1591/49 Clay. And temper clay with blood of Englithmen

2 Henry vi. 3) 5861133 But clay and clay differs in dignity, whose duft is both aliko

Cymbeline. 41 2 914 2 22 Clay-brain'd. Thou clay-brain'd guts

i Henry iv. 2 4 453|2|35 Clean. Roaming clean through the bounds of Asia

Comedy of Errors.1 11 104 2 12 By you unhappy'd and disfigured clean

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14261 15 Your lordihip, though not clean past your youth, hath yet some smack of age in you

2 Henry iv. 1 2 4762 52 Let's hew his limbs, till they be clean consum'd

Titus Andronicus. 1 2 832 260 A pox of drowning thyself! it is clean out of the way

Othelio. 1 3.1050 2 46 Cleanly. Halt thou not full often truck a doe, and born her cleanly by the keeper's noic

Virus Andronicus. 2 1837 1 45 Clear. And a clear life ensuing

Tempeft. 31 3 Clearest gods.

Lear. 41 6 957 1 41 Clearniss. Always thought that I require a clearness

Macbeth. 31 1

37411/27 Cleavis Thy thoughts I cleave to

Tempe. 411 181 3 O, cleave, my sides

Ant. and Cleop. 4/12795132 Cleft the heart, that could conceive, a gross and foolish fire blemih'd his gracious dam

Winter's Tale.32 345,2151 0, Hamlet, thou hast cleft my heart in twain

Hamlet. 31 4 10251 38 Clument. I know, you are more clement than vile man

Cymbeline. 5 41 922 1 2 Giom.ent's-inn. I was once of Clement’s-inn; where, I think, they will talk of mad

2 Henry iv. 3) 2 489 127 Clemcns. D.P.

Winter's Tale. 333 Cle farra's majeity

As You Like I.3) 21 2352 153 C. patra. D. P.

Ant. and Cles 7071 and her barge described

Ibid. 2) 2 7761133 Unto her he gave the 'Atablishment of Ægypt; made her of lower Syria, Cyprus, Lydia, abfolute queen

Ibid. 3 67841158 in the habiliments of the goddess llis, that day appear'd

Ibid. 6 784,27 The story proud Cleopatra when the met her Roman

Cymbeline. 2 4 9051 1 a gipsey

Remco and Juliet. 2) 4 9782 28 Cape. They clepe us drunkards

Harler. 1 4 1006,11 6 C'eft.h. He cl pech, a cali, cauf; half, hauf

Love's Labor L 1.5 1 16+ 243 Clersy. To give a greater lum than ever at one time the clergy yet did to his pralecessors

Herry v.fo 1 510240 Chry's. The clergy's bags are lank and lean with thy extortions 2 llenry vi. 131 576,145 Crks. All the clorks, I mean, the learned ones, in christian kingdoms, have their free voices

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Two Gint. of Ver. 21 1 281145 Thou art clerkly

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69138 · With ignominious words though clerkly couch'd

2 Henry vi. 3 158519 Cliff. And any man may sing her, if he can take her cliff

Troil, and Crep 5 2 8851157 Clifford, Lord. D. P. 2 Hen. vi. p. 571.

loid. 571 Lord. D.P.

3 Hen. vi. Climate. The blessed gods purge all infection from our air whilft you do climate here W.T. 5 1 359154 Climatures. Have heaven and earth together demonstrated unto our climatures and countrymen

Hamler. 1 1 10002155 Climb. Be it as the stile shall give us cause to climb in the merriness Love's Lab. LA 1149145 Cling. Upon the next tree shalt thou hang alive 'uill famine cling thee Macbeib. 5 51 385216 Clink. For that I heard the clink and fall of swords

Orbello. 2) 31057 1119 Clinquant. To-day the French, all clinquant, all in gold, like heathen gods, shone down the English

Hen, viii. 1 1 6721115 Clip. Who with their drowsy, now, and flagging wings clip dead mens graves 2 Hen. vi. 41 1591 138 O! let me clip you in arms as found, as when I wou'd

Cortolanus. 1 670921 Here, I clip the anvil of my sword

Ibid.4 51 729 1156 your wives

Ant. and Cle. 4

793112 No grave upon the earth Mall clip in it a pair so famous

Ibid.'5 21 8022128 You elements that clip us round about

Orbello. 31 3 1064/2 10 Clipped. Where is he living clipped in with the sea, that chides the banks of England, Scotland, Wales, which calls me pupil

i Hin. iv. 31 T 4571 54 Clipd. His meanest garment, that ever hath but clip'd his body

Cymbeline. 2 3 903259 Were clip'd about with this most tender air

Ibid. 51 5928149 Clipper. And to-morrow the king himself will be a clipper

Hen. v.4. 1 52912 5 Clipperb. That Neptune's arms who clippeth thee about

K. John. 5) 2 40811/29 Clipping. Then again worries he his daughter, with clipping her Winter's Tale. 5 2 360/2 Clipt. Judas Macchabeus clipt, is plain Judas

Love's Labor Loft. 5 2 All my reports go with the modest truth; nor more, nor clipt, but so

96015 Clitus. -D.P.

Ju. Cafar. 741 Cloak. An old cloak, makes a new jerkin

Merry Wives of Windsor. 1 3 We will not line his thin bestained cloak with our pure honours

K. febr. 4 3 405240 Now happy he, whose cloak and cincture can, hold out this tempeft

Ibid.4 31 407 5 Thou ought it not to let thy horse wear a cloak

2 Hen. vi. 4 7 596 137 Clearbs. Their cloaths are of such a Pagan cut

Flen. viii. 1 3 67612139 Ciack. They'll tell the clock to any benefit that we say befits the hour Tempeft. 21 2

10124 Methinks, your maw, like mine, should be your clock and strike you home, without a messenger

C-medy of Errors. 1 2 1052 1 A woman that is like a German clock

Love's Lab. Lift.3 1 1502 3 You should ask me what time o'day; there's no clock in the forest As You Like I.3) 2237145 The clock upbraids me with the waste of time

Twelfth Night. 3 1 321 118 Life compared to a clock

Ricbard ii. 5 5 4381247 And clocks the tongues of bawds

i Hen. iv.1 21 44311 The clocks do tell, and the third hour of drowsy morning name

Hen.v.4 cb 5271117 Their arms are fet, like clocks, still to strike on

i Hon. vi. 1 2 545243 Cid. A clod of wayward marle

Mu. Ado Abt. Noth. 2 1 126 21 8 Ciapede. He will find it comes from a clod-pole

I welfth Night. 3 4 324159 Clg. Infranchis'd with a clog

Mu. Ado Abt. Notb. 1 3) 12511 4 Here comes my clog

All's Well.2 51 28912123 Stealing away from his father with his clog at his heels

Winter's Tale. 4 3 356141 Clogs. You'll rue the time that clogs me with this answer

Macbeth. 31

3772/35 Clogging. Since thou hast far to go, bear not along the clogging burden of a guilty soul R.11.11 31 118|1|17 Clifir. This day my fifter Mould the cloister enter

Mafure for Measure. 1 3 781143 He will steal, fir, an egg out of a cloister

All's Well. 4 2 2991126 Close patience

Meas. for Meal. 41 3 9612-14 Congruing in a full and natural clore, like mufick

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Ricbard in. 41 21 657/2137 An 'were dark, you'd close the sooner

Troilo ard Craf: 32 873 122 Cles'd. Every one according to the gift which bounteous nature hath in him clos’d Maco.3 1373243 Clofely. We have closely sent for Hamlet hither

Hamlet. 31 110162 57 Clejes. He closes with you thus: I know the gentleman

1 10092153 Ci-je-focal. Your lion, that holds his poll-ax fitting on a close-stool, will be given to A-jax

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Troil..and Cref: 31 863/218

Titus Andron. s 2 8522 3 Closing. This closing with him fits his lunacy

Ibid. 5) 31 85412 62 Closure. And make a mutual closure of our house Clten. D.P.

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Hen. vür. : 31 67612133 Clotbarins. Clotbes. Who is thy grandfather; he made those clothes, which, as it seems, make thee

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Hen. viii. 1 2 67412 41 Clotbiers, insurrection of Clotbier's yard. Draw me a clothier's yard

Lear. 41 6 957 2 12

i 8662113 Clotpoles. I will see you hang'd like clotpoles cre I come any more to your tents Tr. and Cr. 12 Clet-pole . I have sent Cloten's clot-pole down the stream, in embassy to his mother Cym. 4 2 916 2121

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Love's Labor Lof. 5 2 167 2160 Slippery clouds

2 Henry io. 31 1 488 1 16 In the midst of this bright thining day, I spy a black, suspicious, threat'ning cloud

3 Hen. vi. 5 3 629 220 For every cloud engenders not a storm

Ibid. s 31 629 2129 And all the clouds, that lowr'd upon our house, in the deep bosom of the ocean bury'd

Ricbard i. I 1 633111 9 When clouds are seen, wise men put on their cloaks

Ibid. 2 3 647 1/26 By yon clouds

Coriolanus. 31 1 719|2|20 - Various appearances of clouds described by Antony

Ant. and Cleop. 411279412 33 Ha! is not that his steward muffled fo? he goes away in a cloud Tim. of Arbens. 31 4 8151156 Adding to clouds more clouds with his deep fighs

Romeo and Juliet.1 1 969119 How is it that the clouds still hang on you

Hamlet. 1 2 1002124 Keeps himself in clouds

Ibid.41 510291137 Cloud-capt towers

Tempest. 141 1 172146 Cloud in bis face. He were the worse for that, were he a horse; fo is he, being a man

Ant. and Cleop. 3) 2 782 2146 Clouded. I would not be a stander-by to hear my sovereign mistress clouded fo Wi's I. li 2 33711 4 Cloudy. You cloudy princes, and heart sorrowing peers

Ricbard iii. 2 Cloven. Lift what work he makes amongst our cloven army

Coriolanus. 1 41 7081140 Cloven chin. She came, and puts me her white hand to his cloven chin Troil, and Cred: 1 2 860 118 Cloveft. When thou clovest thy crown i' the middle, and gavest away both parts Lear. 41 936/24 Elout. A' must Moot nearer, or he'll ne'er hit the clout

Love's Lab. Loft. 41 1 158122 He would have clapp'd i' the clout at twelve score

2 Henry iv. 3 21 48912/ 6 Gav'it the duke a clout, steep'd in the faultless blood of pretty Rutland Richard iii. 1 3 639 2 6 O, well flown, bird !--i' the clout, i' the clout

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Rom. and Juliet. 2 41 9801151 A clout about that head where late the diadem stood

Hamlet. 2) 21015210 Clouted. And put my clouted brogues from off my feet

Cymbeline.f4 2 9171117 Clowder. And couple clowder with the deep-mouth'd brach Induc. 70 Tam. of the Sbrew. 1 252 110 Cloun. The ruynish clown

As You Like It. 2 21 2292140 It is meat and drink to me to see a clown

Ibid. 51 1 245 154 - Let those, that play your clowns, speak no more than is set down for them Hamler. 31 2 1019 - 7 Cloyed. The cloyed will

Cymbeline. 17 899 110 Have both their eyes and ears fo cloy'd importantly

Ibid.41 41 919|238 Cloys. His royal bird prunes the immortal wing, and cloys his beak

Ibid. 51 41 9222154 Clubs cannot part them

As You Like It. 5 2 246 2117 Clue. If it be so, you have wound a goodly clue

All's Well. [1] 31 282133 Clung. How they clung in their embracement, as they grew together Henry viii. 1 1672 1 2 Cluffers. And cowardly nobles, gave way to your clusters

Coriolanus. 41 67322113 Here come the clusters

Ibid.41 6 732 7123 Clutcb. Come let me clutch thee: I have thee not

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K. Joon. 2

2 396111 Cluicb'd. Is there none of Pigmalion's images newly made women to be had now, for putting the hand in the pocket, and extracting it clutched

Meaf. for Meal: 3 2 Within thine eyes fat twenty thousand deaths, in thine hands clutch'd as many miilions

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