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080.01there being no macadamised sidetracks on those old nekropolitan
080.01+macadamisation: a method for making or repairing roads invented by J.L. McAdam
080.01+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...sidetracks...} | {Png: ...Sidetracks...}
080.01+Greek nekropolis: cemetery
080.01+song Neapolitan Nights (1920s; music by Zamecnik, lyrics by Kerr)
080.02nights in, barring a footbatter, Bryant's Causeway, bordered
080.02+Irish bothar: road
080.02+Jacob Bryant: 18th century mythologist, identified Noah's Ark with the Moon
080.02+VI.B.6.154b ( ): 'Giants Causeway'
080.02+Giant's Causeway: a columnar basalt promontory, Country Antrim, Northern Ireland
080.03with speedwell, white clover and sorrel a wood knows, which
080.03+both the white clover and the wood sorrel are among the species identified as being 'the shamrock' (although the lesser clover is the one most commonly associated with it)
080.03+Anglo-Irish phrase sorra a foot knows: no one knows
080.04left off, being beaten, where the plaintiff was struck, she
080.04+phrase off the beaten path
080.05left down, as scavengers, who will be scavengers must, her
080.05+phrase boys will be boys
080.06filthdump near the Serpentine in Phornix Park (at her time called
080.06+filth dump (*F*)
080.06+Serpentine: lake in Hyde Park, London
080.06+Phoenix Park
080.06+Latin fornix: arch, vault; brothel
080.07Finewell's Keepsacre but later tautaubapptossed Pat's Purge),
080.07+Colloquial phrase finders, keepers: a finder is entitled to keep the find
080.07+Irish Páirc an Fionnuisce: Field of the Clear Water (pronounced 'park un finishki'; anglicised as Phoenix Park)
080.07+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Keepsacre but...} | {Png: ...Keepsacre, but...}
080.07+Motif: mishe/tauf ('mishe' portion seems to be missing)
080.07+German Tau: dew
080.07+German taufen: baptise
080.07+German taub: deaf
080.07+Saint Patrick's Purgatory: a small cave on an island in Lough Derg, said to have been revealed to Saint Patrick as an entrance to purgatory (a major pilgrimage site since at least the 12th century and possibly much earlier)
080.07+Pride's Purge: the forceful exclusion from the English House of Commons of some 100 members with suspected Royalist tendencies (carried out by Colonel Thomas Pride in 1648) [355.13]
080.08that dangerfield circling butcherswood where fireworker oh
080.08+in Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: The House by the Churchyard, Mr Dangerfield (alias Charles Archer) stuns Dr Sturk in Butcher's Wood, Phoenix Park, and Mr Nutter, Lord Castlemallard's agent, fights an abortive duel with Lt Hyacinth 'Fireworker' O'Flaherty, also in Phoenix Park [.08-.10]
080.08+Motif: A/O [.09]
080.09flaherty engaged a nutter of castlemallards and ah for archer
080.09+a number of
080.09+nursery rhyme A Was an Archer
080.10stunned's turk, all over which fossil footprints, bootmarks,
080.10+phrase turned turk: converted to Islam; gone bad
080.10+Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: The House by the Churchyard, ch. 53: has a drawing of a footprint left by Nutter's boot at the scene of a murder
080.11fingersigns, elbowdints, breechbowls, a. s. o. were all succes-
080.11+(bowl-shaped indentations left by the buttocks)
080.11+and so on
080.12sively traced of a most envolving description. What subtler
080.13timeplace of the weald than such wolfsbelly castrament to will
080.13+Motif: time/space
080.13+Archaic weald: forest land, open country
080.13+casting: vomit (especially that of animals and fowls)
080.13+Latin castra: military camp
080.14hide a leabhar from Thursmen's brandihands or a loveletter,
080.14+(Irish monks hid books from the Vikings)
080.14+Irish leabhar: book
080.14+Thor: Norse god of thunder
080.14+German Brand: fire, blaze, conflagration
080.15lostfully hers, that would be lust on Ma, than then when ructions
080.15+Boston, Ma. (i.e. Massachusetts) (Motif: The Letter: Boston Transcript)
080.15+Motif: time/space (then when, here where)
080.15+Colloquial ruction: riot, quarrel, row
080.15+eruction: belching
080.16ended, than here where race began: and by four hands of fore-
080.17thought the first babe of reconcilement is laid in its last cradle
080.17+Motif: 4-stage Viconian cycle (birth, marriage, burial, ricorso)
080.18of hume sweet hume. Give over it! And no more of it! So pass
080.18+inhume: to bury
080.18+song Home Sweet Home
080.18+German übergeben: to deliver, to vomit (literally 'to over give')
080.18+(hand it over, give it up)
080.18+phrase get over it
080.18+Motif: So pass the fish for Christ sake, Amen
080.19the pick for child sake! O men!
080.19+(digging with a pick for the letter)
080.20     For hear Allhighest sprack for krischnians as for propagana
080.20+{{Synopsis: I.4.1A.I: [080.20-080.36]: then he spoke — and the girls fled away}}
080.20+Dutch Heer: Lord
080.20+Nietzsche: Also sprach Zarathustra
080.20+Dutch sprak: spoke
080.20+Krishna: Hindu god of fire and storm [.24]
080.20+Sacra Congregatio de Propaganda Fide: the papal headquarters for all missionary work (Latin 'Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith')
080.21fidies and his nuptial eagles sharped their beaks of prey: and
080.21+VI.B.1.103c (o): 'eagles sharpen beak before battle'
080.22every morphyl man of us, pome by pome, falls back into this
080.22+Greek morphê: shape
080.22+mortal man
080.22+Slang murphy: potato (from the Irish surname)
080.22+French pomme de terre: potato (literally 'apple of earth')
080.23terrine: as it was let it be, says he! And it is as though where
080.23+terrine: a French meat-dish cooked in an earthenware cooking vessel (also, the vessel itself)
080.23+Luke 17:26: 'As it was in the days of Noah, even so will it be also in the days of the Son of Man'
080.23+(Vico's cyclical history)
080.24Agni araflammed and Mithra monished and Shiva slew as maya-
080.24+Agni: Hindu god of fire [.20] [.24]
080.24+Araf: borderland region between heaven and hell in Muslim theology
080.24+oriflamme: a banner or standard serving as a rallying point (after the sacred banner of Saint Denis, used by early French kings)
080.24+Mithra: Zoroastrian divinity of light and oath
080.24+Archaic monished: admonished
080.24+Shiva: Hindu god of destruction [.20] [.24]
080.24+Sanskrit maya: illusion
080.24+Hebrew mayim: water
080.25mutras the obluvial waters of our noarchic memory withdrew,
080.25+Obsolete oblivial: causing oblivion
080.25+in Greek mythology, the waters of the Lethe river induced a complete memory loss
080.25+Noah (flood)
080.25+Greek nauarchos: admiral
080.25+Obsolete archical: primordial; governmental
080.26windingly goharksome, to some hastyswasty timberman torch-
080.26+German gehorsam: obedient
080.26+Obsolete Scottish timberman: Dutch timmerman: carpenter
080.27priest, flamenfan, the ward of the wind that lightened the fire that
080.27+flamen: a ancient Roman priest for a specific deity (etymologically, may perhaps be related to Latin flagrare: to burn (sacrifices))
080.27+in ancient Ireland, the ritual lighting of fire on 31 October was carried out on the Hill of Ward, County Meath
080.27+nursery rhyme The House That Jack Built: 'This is the rat, That ate the malt, That lay in the house that Jack built'
080.28lay in the wood that Jove bolt, at his rude word. Posidonius
080.28+Jove's thunderbolt
080.28+Posidonius: a 1st century B.C. Stoic philosopher
080.28+Poseidon: Greek god of the sea
080.29O'Fluctuary! Lave that bloody stone as it is! What are you
080.29+Obsolete fluctuary: fluctuating
080.29+Latin lave: wash
080.29+bloodstone: a type of mineral and precious stone (also known as heliotrope)
080.29+Motif: tree/stone [.30]
080.30doing your dirty minx and his big treeblock way up your path?
080.31Slip around, you, by the rare of the ministers'! And, you, take
080.31+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation rare: rear
080.31+minster: the church of a monastery; also, any major church
080.32that barrel back where you got it, Mac Shane's, and go the way
080.32+German mach schon!: come on!
080.33your old one went, Hatchettsbury Road! And gish! how they
080.33+Dublin Slang old one: mother
080.33+phrase bury the hatchet
080.33+Heytesbury Street, Dublin
080.33+Colloquial gosh!: god!
080.34gushed away, the pennyfares, a whole school for scamper, with
080.34+Richard Brinsley Sheridan: School for Scandal
080.35their sashes flying sish behind them, all the little pirlypettes!
080.35+flying fish
080.36Issy-la-Chapelle! Any lucans, please?
080.36+(Westbound tram conductor shouting: current stop Chapelizod, anybody to Lucan? (the Dublin-Lucan tramway ran from 1880 to 1925)) [081.16]
080.36+Aix-la-Chapelle: the French name of Aachen, Germany
080.36+ALP (Motif: ALP)

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