the Complete works of Shakespeare

the Complete works of Shakespeare

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The king himself is to be feared as the lion : dost thou think Ia#39;ll fear thee as I fear thy father? nay, an I do, I pray God my girdle break. ... thy pocket but tavern- reckonings, memorandums of bawdy-houses, and one poor penny-worth of sugar- candy to make thee long-winded, ... 9. task . . . word, challenge me to make good my word, approve, test. 18. justling, jostling, busy. 36. advertisement, counsel, advice.

Title:the Complete works of Shakespeare
Author:Hardin Craig
Publisher: - 1961


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