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062.01his citadear of refuge, whither (would we believe the laimen and
062.01+City of Refuge: an epithet of Medina [.03]
062.01+Cities of Refuge: six Biblical cities to which perpetrators of accidental manslaughter could flee for asylum [061.36] [.06]
062.02their counts), beyond the outraved gales of Atreeatic, changing
062.02+Adriatic (Trieste on its shores)
062.02+Buddha, renouncing luxury, changed clothes with a god dressed as a hunter
062.03clues with a baggermalster, the hejirite had fled, silentioussue-
062.03+German Bürgermeister: mayor
062.03+Henrik Ibsen: all plays: Bygmester Solness (The Master Builder)
062.03+Hejira: Mohammed's flight from Mecca to Medina in summer 622 (extended to any exodus) [.01]
062.03+Herold: La Vie du Bouddha 59: (as Buddha flees his father's palace) 'Le bon cheval se garda de faire aucun bruit dans la nuit sonore... les portes s'ouvrirent d'elles-mêmes, silencieusement' (French 'The good horse refrained from making any noise in the resonant night... the doors opened by themselves, silently')
062.04meant under night's altosonority, shipalone, a raven of the wave,
062.04+Italian alto: loud, high, tall
062.05(be mercy, Mara! A he whence Rahoulas!) from the ostmen's
062.05+Wasawarthi Mara: a demon who tempted Buddha
062.05+Rahoulas: son of Buddha
062.05+Ostmanby: an old name of Oxmantown, a part of North Dublin, where Ostmen (Viking invaders of Ireland and their settler descendants) once lived
062.06dirtby on the old vic, to forget in expiating manslaughter and,
062.06+Danish by: city
062.06+Colloquial Old Vic: Royal Victoria Theatre, London
062.06+(making amends for manslaughter) [.01]
062.06+man's laughter
062.07reberthing in remarriment out of dead seekness to devine previ-
062.07+Motif: 4-stage Viconian cycle (birth, marriage, death, providence)
062.07+Dead Sea
062.08dence, (if you are looking for the bilder deep your ear on the
062.08+(Buddha, who had for years looked for the builder of the house, was enlightened; the spirit, tired of rebirth, learned how to attain Nirvana)
062.08+German Bilder: pictures
062.08+German Bilderdieb: a thief specialising in paintings
062.09movietone!) to league his lot, palm and patte, with a papishee.
062.09+Movietone News: a company that produced cinema newsreels from the late 1920s (using the Movietone cinema sound system)
062.09+French patte: paw
062.09+Pathé News: a company that produced cinema newsreels from the early 1910s
062.09+Dialect papish: papist, Roman Catholic (a disparaging term)
062.09+papal see
062.09+Anglo-Irish shee: fairy
062.10For mine qvinne I thee giftake and bind my hosenband I thee
062.10+(marriage ceremony) [197.13]
062.10+Danish min kvinde: my woman
062.10+Danish gifte: marry
062.10+German Hosenbandorden: Order of the Garter [.11]
062.11halter. The wastobe land, a lottuse land, a luctuous land, Emerald-
062.11+halter: a rope with a noose for restraining animals or for hanging criminals
062.11+German Strumpfhalter: garter [.10]
062.11+was to be
062.11+T.S. Eliot: The Waste Land
062.11+(the land murmured) [.14]
062.11+Italian ottuso: obtuse, blunt, dull, slow-witted
062.11+Latin luctuosus: sorrowful
062.11+Emerald Isle: a epithet of Ireland
062.12illuim, the peasant pastured, in which by the fourth commandment
062.12+Latin Ilium: Troy
062.12+pleasant pasture
062.12+Exodus 20:12: 'Honour thy father and thy mother' (4th Commandment, according to Roman Catholic tradition)
062.13with promise his days apostolic were to be long by the abundant
062.13+King Edgar's forged charter claiming possession of Dublin, A.D. 964: 'By the abundant mercy of God who thundereth from on high... divine Providence hath granted me... the greatest part of Ireland, with its most noble city of Dublin'
062.14mercy of Him Which Thundereth From On High, murmured,
062.15would rise against him with all which in them were, franchisab-
062.15+French franchissable: that can be passed
062.16les and inhabitands, astea as agora, helotsphilots, do him hurt,
062.16+Greek astea: cities, towns
062.16+Greek agora: place of assembly, market-place
062.16+Portuguese agora: now
062.16+Archaic helot: serf, bondsman (originally a class in Sparta between slaves and free citizens)
062.16+Greek philos: loving
062.17poor jink, ghostly following bodily, as were he made a curse for
062.17+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, Png: ...curse...} (what appears to be an initial 'o' in the Faber and Viking editions is most probably just a poorly-printed 'c')
062.18them, the corruptible lay quick, all saints of incorruption of an
062.18+I Corinthians 15:53: 'For this corruptible must put on incorruption'
062.18+Archaic quick: alive, living
062.19holy nation, the common or ere-in-garden castaway, in red re-
062.19+Slang phrase common or garden: ordinary, common
062.19+Garden of Erin: a name applied to County Carlow and to County Wicklow [203.01]
062.20surrection to condemn so they might convince him, first pha-
062.20+first pharaoh [.31]
062.21roah, Humpheres Cheops Exarchas, of their proper sins. Busi-
062.21+HCE (Motif: HCE)
062.21+Cheops: the pharaoh who built the Great Pyramid at Giza
062.21+exarch: under the Byzantine Empire, a governor of a distant province; in the Eastern Church, an archbishop or a patriarch's deputy
062.21+Greek ex archês: from the beginning
062.21+Archaic proper: own
062.22ness bred to speak with a stiff upper lip to all men and most occa-
062.23sions the Man we wot of took little short of fighting chances but
062.23+Archaic wot: know
062.24for all that he or his or his care were subjected to the horrors of
062.25the premier terror of Errorland. (perorhaps!)
062.25+French premier: first
062.25+Italian per ora: for the time being
062.25+Italian perorare: to plead
062.26     We seem to us (the real Us!) to be reading our Amenti in the
062.26+{{Synopsis: I.3.2.B: [062.26-063.19]: a tall man is assaulted on his way home — some reservations about the facts}}
062.26+(second version of the assault) [034.30] [069.30] [081.12]
062.26+(royal plural) [446.36]
062.26+Amenti, Amenta: Egyptian underworld (originally meant 'West, the place where the sun sets')
062.27sixth sealed chapter of the going forth by black. It was after the
062.27+there were six seals on the tomb of Tut-ankh-amen
062.27+Budge: The Book of the Dead ch. VI: 'The Chapter of Making the Shabti Figure to Do Work for a Man in the Underworld' (its text was written on Shabti figures) [025.02]
062.27+the ancient Egyptian title of Budge: The Book of the Dead is 'Reu Nu Pert Em Hru' or 'Chapters of Coming Forth by Day' (Budge: The Book of the Dead xvii)
062.28show at Wednesbury that one tall man, humping a suspicious
062.28+VI.B.17.073n (r): 'Wednesbury'
062.28+Robbins: Parnell: The Last Five Years 171: 'Philip Stanhope, long afterwards Lord Weardale, the Radical member of a Conservative family... who was then sitting for Wednesbury'
062.28+Wednesbury: town, Staffordshire, England
062.28+tall [082.04]
062.28+VI.B.25.157a (r): 'humping a passport' ('passport' not clear)
062.28+(carrying on his back, or on his humped back)
062.29parcel, when returning late amid a dense particular on his home
062.29+VI.B.10.055j (o): '"particular" = fog'
062.29+Colloquial London particular: London fog (humorous)
062.29+way home
062.30way from the second house of the Boore and Burgess Christy
062.30+VI.B.17.app6i (r): '— 2nd house (Israel)' (dash dittoes 'the') [061.36]
062.30+Hebrew Habait Hasheni: in Jewish history, the period in Israel from about 516 B.C. to 70 B.C., during which the Second Temple stood in Jerusalem (literally 'the second house')
062.30+Christy's Minstrels (a 19th century minstrel troupe) later changed their name to Moore and Burgess Minstrels
062.31Menestrels by the old spot, Roy's Corner, had a barkiss revolver
062.31+Menes: the first Egyptian pharaoh [.20]
062.31+old spot [081.13]
062.31+phrase Barkis is willing: an indication of a person's willingness to do something (from Charles Dickens: all works: David Copperfield, where it indicates Barkis's willingness to marry)
062.31+Slang barker: pistol
062.32placed to his faced with the words: you're shot, major: by an un-
062.32+VI.B.5.009c (r): 'you're shot'
062.32+Connacht Tribune 17 May 1924, 6/4: 'John Keogh in the Dock': (of a raid of the Killimore guard barracks in 1923) 'Keogh... pointed a revolver at Guard Temple saying, "You're shot," firing at the same time, and the bullet went through the bedroom window'
062.32+Ursa Major
062.32+mayor [.03]
062.32+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...major: by...} | {Png: ...major, by...}
062.33knowable assailant (masked) against whom he had been jealous
062.34over, Lotta Crabtree or Pomona Evlyn. More than that Whenn
062.34+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...over, Lotta...} | {Png: ...over Lotta...}
062.34+Lotta Crabtree: famous 19th century American entertainer (actress, singer, dancer), died 1924
062.34+Latin Pomona: Roman fruit-goddess
062.34+French pomme: apple
062.34+Eve, apple
062.34+John Evelyn: 17th century English writer
062.34+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Evlyn. More...} | {Png: ...Evlyn? More...}
062.35the Waylayer (not a Lucalizod diocesan or even of the Glenda-
062.35+diocesan: the bishop of a diocese
062.35+VI.B.14.172a (o): 'See of Dublin & Glendalough'
062.35+Gwynn: Leinster 48: (of Dublin and Glendalough) 'for centuries the primacy was disputed between them, till the dispute was ended by calling the provincial see the Archbishopric of Dublin and Glendalough — joint dioceses with separate organization to this day'
062.36lough see, but hailing fro' the prow of Little Britain), mention-
062.36+VI.B.14.104i (o): 'prow of France'
062.36+Prow of France: a name for Brittany
062.36+VI.B.14.073h (o): 'Little Britain (Armor)'
062.36+Fleming: Boulogne-sur-Mer 28: (quoting Keating) 'Niall of the Nine Hostages... invaded the country at the time called Armorica, but now Little Brittany'
062.36+Little Britain Street, Dublin

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