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100.01beetly dead whether by land whither by water. Transocean
100.01+beetle
100.01+James Joyce: Ulysses.1.198: 'beastly dead'
100.01+Transition: the magazine which published most of Finnegans Wake during its composition
100.01+The Transatlantic Review: the first magazine to publish a portion of Finnegans Wake during its composition
100.02atalaclamoured him; The latter! The latter! Shall their hope then
100.02+Greek atalos: shaky, quavering
100.02+clamoured
100.02+Motif: Thalatta! Thalatta! [093.24]
100.02+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Shall the Harp, Then, Be Silent [air: Macfarlane's Lamentation]
100.03be silent or Macfarlane lack of lamentation? He lay under leagues
100.03+Macfarlane means 'Son of Bartholomew'
100.03+Lac Leman (Lake Geneva)
100.03+Lamentations
100.04of it in deep Bartholoman's Deep.
100.04+(water)
100.04+VI.B.10.038k (o): 'Bartholomew'
100.04+Daily Mail 21 Nov 1922, 8/4: 'Where Earthquakes Come From': 'Pacific Ocean... possessing narrow troughs of immense depth... Bartholomew Deep (4 miles)... along the sloping sides of these troughs... Peruvian and Chilean earthquakes originate'
100.05     Achdung! Pozor! Attenshune! Vikeroy Besights Smucky
100.05+{{Synopsis: I.4.2.C: [100.05-100.08]: attention! — news!}}
100.05+(newsboys' cries)
100.05+German Achtung!: attention!
100.05+Russian pozor: shame
100.05+Czech pozor: attention!
100.05+Danish vicekonge besøger smukke unge skolepiger: Viceroy visits beautiful young schoolgirls (*E* and *IJ*I
100.05+German besichtigen: to visit, to inspect
100.05+smutty
100.05+German schmucke: spruce, smart (feminine)
100.06Yung Pigeschoolies. Tri Paisdinernes Eventyr Med Lochlanner
100.06+Irish Trí Páistíní Éireannaigh: Three Little Irish Children (*VYC*)
100.06+Danish eventyr: adventure
100.06+Danish med: with
100.06+Anglo-Irish Lochlann: Irish Lochlannach: Scandinavian, Viking
100.07Fathach I Fiounnisgehaven. Bannalanna Bangs Ballyhooly Out
100.07+Irish Fathach i bPáirc an Fionnuisce: Giant in Phoenix Park
100.07+Danish i finnske haven: in Finnish park
100.07+Anglo-Irish bannalanna: alewoman (from Irish bean na leanna)
100.07+Anglo-Irish ballyhooly: a tongue-lashing (after Ballyhooly, town, County Cork, notorious for faction fights)
100.08Of Her Buddaree Of A Bullavogue.
100.08+Anglo-Irish buddaree: a rich vulgar farmer (from Irish bodaire: churl)
100.08+boudoir
100.08+Father Murphy, Irish rebel of 1798, was parish priest of Boulavogue, County Wexford (appears in song Boulavogue)
100.08+Anglo-Irish bullavogue: a strong rough fellow
100.09     But, their bright little contemporaries notwithstanding, on
100.09+{{Synopsis: I.4.2.D: [100.09-100.23]: but smoke rises from his tower — and lights shine from within}}
100.10the morrowing morn of the suicidal murder of the unrescued ex-
100.10+following
100.11patriate, aslike as asnake comes sliduant down that oaktree onto
100.11+as slick
100.11+shield of the East Breffni O'Reillys: quarterly, two and three, argent, on a mount an oak tree with a snake descendant proper [099.29]
100.12the duke of beavers, (you may have seen some liquidamber exude
100.12+Fitzpatrick: The Trees of Ireland 598: 'Templeton introduced... Canadian Maple, and Liquidamber'
100.12+Liquidamber: genus of gum trees
100.13exotic from a balsam poplar at Parteen-a-lax Limestone. Road
100.13+Fitzpatrick: The Trees of Ireland 597: 'At Moira, County Down, a number of exotics were planted'
100.13+Fitzpatrick: The Trees of Ireland 599: 'Balsam Poplars at Ballyweg, County Kildare'
100.13+Balsam Poplar, Populus trichocarpa
100.13+Motif: tree/stone
100.13+PAL (Motif: ALP)
100.13+Fitzpatrick: The Trees of Ireland 604: 'Parteen-a-lax, County Clare. Miss Gwynn. Deep limestone soil'
100.13+Parteen, County Clare, famous for salmon
100.13+lax: salmon
100.13+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, Png: ...Limestone. Road...} | {JJA 49:425: ...Limestone Road...} (apparently corrupted in typescript at JJA 49:424)
100.14and cried Abies Magnifica! not, noble fir?) a quarter of nine,
100.14+Fitzpatrick: The Trees of Ireland 608: 'Abies magnifica... Red Fir'
100.14+Fitzpatrick: The Trees of Ireland 608: 'Abies nobilis... The Noble Fir'
100.14+noble sir
100.14+Irish fir: men
100.14+American quarter of nine: quarter to nine, 08:45 [.17]
100.15imploring his resipiency, saw the infallible spike of smoke's jutstiff
100.15+resipiscency: repentance for misconduct
100.15+(papal infallibility)
100.15+(smoke signal announces election of new pope)
100.15+pontiff
100.16punctual from the seventh gable of our Quintus Centimachus'
100.16+Hawthorne: House of the Seven Gables
100.16+VI.B.18.004h (k): 'Quintus Centimachus conn'
100.16+Warburton, Whitelaw & Walsh: History of the City of Dublin I.45: 'Con Ceadcathach, (in Latin Quintus Centimachus), king of Ireland, who began his reign A.D. 177'
100.16+Latin Quintus Centimachus: Conn of the Hundred Battles, legendary 2nd century High King of Ireland
100.17porphyroid buttertower and then thirsty p.m. with oaths upon
100.17+porphyroid: a rock resembling porphyry
100.17+Greek porphyroeidês: purplish
100.17+Butter Towers ('Tours de beurre') of Rouen and other French cities allegedly paid for by sale of dispensations to eat 'lacticinia' on fast days during the years 1485 and 1507
100.17+VI.B.10.060g (r): 'ten thirsty' (the 's' is interpolated into the entry)
100.17+Bennett: Lilian 197: 'He was dressed before ten-thirty'
100.17+American ten thirty: half past ten, 10:30 [.14]
100.18his lastingness (En caecos harauspices! Annos longos patimur!) the
100.18+ECH (Motif: HCE)
100.18+Latin en caecos harauspices: behold the blind soothsayers
100.18+ALP (Motif: ALP)
100.18+Latin annos longos patimur: we endure long years [.22]
100.19lamps of maintenance, beaconsfarafield innerhalf the zuggurat, all
100.19+VI.B.10.073d (r): 'lamp of maintenance (Toc H)'
100.19+The Times 15 Dec 1922, 9/4: 'of "Toc H"... to celebrate the eighth birthday of this wonderful fellowship... will be the lighting by his Royal Highness of the lamps of maintenance which are to be presented to delegates from fifty branches. The lamp of maintenance is a replica of the old Christian catacomb lamp, except that the handle has been designed in the form of a cross to represent part of the arms of Ypres' (lamps lighted to commemorate dead)
100.19+beacon: signal-fire, lighthouse
100.19+Benjamin Disraeli was first Earl of Beaconsfield
100.19+far afield
100.19+German innerhalb: inside
100.19+German halb: half
100.19+VI.B.14.138o ( ): 'ziggurat'
100.19+Perry: The Origin of Magic and Religion 35: 'the Babylonian ziggurat or stepped pyramid'
100.20brevetnamed, the wasting wyvern, the tawny of his mane, the
100.20+Archaic brevet: official document granting some privileges (Obsolete authoritative message, especially a papal indulgence)
100.20+(perhaps names of lighthouses)
100.20+wyvern: winged dragon with eagle's feet, used in heraldry
100.20+(lion's mane and paw) [075.01]
100.21swinglowswaying bluepaw, the outstanding man, the lolllike lady,
100.21+song Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
100.22being litten for the long (O land, how long!) lifesnight, with
100.22+(stained glass church windows light up)
100.22+German litten: suffered
100.22+Macaulay: Marriage of Tirzah and Ahirad: 'How long, O Lord, how long?' [.18]
100.22+life's night
100.23suffusion of fineglass transom and leadlight panes.
100.23+VI.B.18.005a (k): 'fineglass *V*'
100.23+Warburton, Whitelaw & Walsh: History of the City of Dublin I.45: (quoting Jocelin about Saint Patrick) 'departing from the borders of Meath, directed his steps towards Leinster, and having passed the river Finglass, he came to a certain hill, almost a mile distant from Ath-Cliath, now called Dublin'
100.23+Finglas: northwestern suburb of Dublin
100.23+fine glass
100.23+transom, pane (parts of a window)
100.23+ALP (Motif: ALP)
100.23+John Henry, Cardinal Newman: The Pillar of the Cloud: (begins) 'Lead, Kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom'
100.24     Wherefore let it hardly by any being thinking be said either or
100.24+{{Synopsis: I.4.2.E: [100.24-100.36]: he is anything but ethereal — his existence is undoubtable}}
100.24+any thinking being
100.25thought that the prisoner of that sacred edifice, were he an Ivor
100.25+'prisoner of the Vatican': the pope
100.25+Latin sacer: sacred; accursed
100.25+Ivar Beinlaus and Olaf the White invaded Dublin in 852
100.26the Boneless or an Olaf the Hide, was at his best a onestone par-
100.26+Albert Einstein (born in Ulm [.36])
100.26+(the pope, Matthew 16:18)
100.27able, a rude breathing on the void of to be, a venter hearing his
100.27+(aspirate letter: H) (Motif: HCE [.27-.29])
100.27+(future)
100.27+(rounded letter: C)
100.27+Latin venter: belly
100.28own bauchspeech in backwords, or, more strictly, but tristurned
100.28+German Bauchredner: ventriloquist (literally 'belly speaker')
100.28+backwards
100.28+Tristan
100.28+thrice-turned initials (i.e. HCE or one of its variants)
100.29initials, the cluekey to a worldroom beyond the roomwhorld, for
100.29+(E)
100.29+[557.10]
100.29+clue
100.29+key
100.29+German Weltraum: space
100.30scarce one, or pathetically few of his dode canal sammenlivers
100.30+Dutch dode: dead
100.30+Greek dodeka: twelve (*O*)
100.30+Danish sammen: together
100.30+(companions)
100.31cared seriously or for long to doubt with Kurt Iuld van Dijke
100.31+KID
100.31+Dutch dijk: dyke
100.32(the gravitational pull perceived by certain fixed residents and
100.32+
100.33the capture of uncertain comets chancedrifting through our sys-
100.33+
100.34tem suggesting an authenticitatem of his aliquitudinis) the canoni-
100.34+Latin aliquis: of some consequence
100.34+C...HE (Motif: HCE)
100.34+VI.B.5.105d (r): 'canonicity'
100.34+The Apocryphal New Testament xvii: 'Let us say that the best external test of the canonicity of a writing is, whether or not it was read in the public worship of Christian congregations which were in communion with the generality of other Christian congregations'
100.34+(legitimacy)
100.35city of his existence as a tesseract. Be still, O quick! Speak him
100.35+tessera: a small square piece of marble, glass, tile, etc., of which a mosaic pavement or the like is composed
100.35+tesseract: regular four-dimensional polyhedron bounded by eight cubes
100.35+Latin tesserae: dice (i.e. gambler)
100.35+[193.29]
100.36dumb! Hush ye fronds of Ulma!
100.36+friends
100.36+Latin ulmus: elm


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