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149.01plight or, played fox and lice, pricking and dropping hips teeth,
149.01+The Fox and the Fleas: a folktale about a fox getting rid of his fleas by drowning them
149.01+Anglo-Irish box and dice: the whole lot
149.01+ALP (Motif: ALP)
149.01+picking and dropping
149.01+his
149.02or wringing his handcuffs for peace, the blind blighter, praying
149.02+Slang blighter: annoying or unpleasant man; chap, fellow
149.02+Military Slang Blighty: England, home (as opposed to overseas)
149.03Dieuf and Domb Nostrums foh thomethinks to eath; if he
149.03+French Dieu: God
149.03+deaf and dumb
149.03+Latin Dominum Nostrum: Our Lord
149.03+for something to eat
149.03+home
149.04weapt while he leapt and guffalled quith a quhimper, made cold
149.04+wept, guffawed (opposites)
149.04+leapt, fell (opposites)
149.04+whimper
149.04+Quimper: town, Brittany
149.05blood a blue mundy and no bones without flech, taking kiss,
149.05+Slang blue Monday: a Monday spent away from work in debauchery
149.05+Blue Monday: the Nonday preceding Ash Wednesday (the first day of Lent)
149.05+Maundy Thursday: the last day of Lent
149.05+flesh
149.06kake or kick with a suck, sigh or simper, a diffle to larn and a
149.06+Norwegian kake: cake
149.06+phrase hook, line and sinker
149.06+devil
149.06+learn and teach
149.07dibble to lech; if the fain shinner pegged you to shave his im-
149.07+Anglo-Irish Slang Shinner: Anglo-Irish Sinn Feiner: militant Irish nationalist (not necessarily belonging to the so-named organisation; mostly derogatory; from Irish Sinn Féin: Ourselves (Irish nationalist slogan); Motif: Sinn Féin)
149.07+sinner
149.07+begged you to save his immortal soul
149.08martial, wee skillmustered shoul with his ooh, hoodoodoo! brok-
149.08+schoolmastered
149.08+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation shoul: soul
149.08+how d'you do?
149.08+breaking wind
149.09ing wind that to wiles, woemaid sin he was partial, we don't
149.09+German zuweilen: occasionally
149.09+phrase wine, women and song (hedonistic pleasures)
149.09+woo maid
149.09+homemade
149.10think, Jones, we'd care to this evening, would you?
149.10+*V*
149.11     Answer: No, blank ye! So you think I have impulsivism? Did
149.11+{{Synopsis: I.6.1B.A: [149.11-149.33]: answer #11 begins — he refuses and offers to explain}}
149.11+no, thank you! [150.05] [150.11] [151.35] [154.11]
149.11+Colloquial blank: damn (euphemism)
149.11+Dutch blanke: white man or woman
149.11+bolshevism
149.12they tell you I am one of the fortysixths? And I suppose you
149.12+German vorsichtig: careful, cautious
149.13heard I had a wag on my ears? And I suppose they told you too
149.13+wax
149.13+earwig
149.14that my roll of life is not natural? But before proceeding to con-
149.14+
149.15clusively confute this begging question it would be far fitter for
149.15+phrase begging the question
149.16you, if you dare! to hasitate to consult with and consequentially
149.16+VI.B.18.227b (b): 'hesitate'
149.16+Worsaae: An Account of the Danes and Norwegians in England, Scotland, and Ireland 93: 'The Christian Anglo-Saxons of those times felt no hesitation in secretly massacreing the Danes who had settled in England; and as many of these had been converted, one Christian thus murdered another!'
149.16+Parnell: hesitency
149.17attempt at my disposale of the same dime-cash problem elsewhere
149.17+disposal
149.17+Motif: dime/cash
149.17+Motif: time/space [.19]
149.18naturalistically of course, from the blinkpoint of so eminent a
149.18+German Blickpunkt: point of view
149.19spatialist. From it you will here notice, Schott, upon my for the
149.19+specialist
149.19+German Schotte: Scot
149.20first remarking you that the sophology of Bitchson while driven
149.20+Greek sophologia: wise speech
149.20+Motif: Son of a bitch (*C*)
149.20+Lewis: Time and Western Man 168: (of Henry Bergson's philosophy) 'Bergson had said that the intellect "spatialized" things. It was that "spatialization" that the doctrinaire of motion and of mental "time" attacked'
149.21as under by a purely dime-dime urge is not without his cashcash
149.21+asunder
149.21+Motif: dime/cash
149.21+Demiurge (God the Creator in Platonic philosophy)
149.21+time
149.21+French cache-cache: hide and seek
149.22characktericksticks, borrowed for its nonce ends from the fiery
149.22+characteristics
149.22+phrase for the nonce: for the particular occasion, for the time being
149.22+nonsense
149.22+(red-haired)
149.22+Fairy Godmother (in pantomime Cinderella)
149.23goodmother Miss Fortune (who the lost time we had the pleasure
149.23+misfortune
149.23+last time
149.23+Proust: À la Recherche du Temps Perdu (French temps perdu: lost time) [.24]
149.24we have had our little recherché brush with, what, Schott?) and
149.24+French recherché: uncommon, rare; artificial
149.24+German Schotte: Scot
149.25as I further could have told you as brisk as your D.B.C. beha-
149.25+James Joyce: Ulysses.10.1058: 'We call it D. B. C. because they have damn bad cakes'
149.25+D.B.C.: Dublin Bread Company
149.26viouristically pailleté with a coat of homoid icing which is in
149.26+behaviourist psychology
149.26+French pailleté: spangled
149.26+homemade icing
149.27reality only a done by chance ridiculisation of the whoo-whoo
149.27+D.B.C.
149.27+Who's Who
149.28and where's hairs theorics of Winestain. To put it all the more
149.28+where's here
149.28+phrase there's hair!: there's a girl with a lot of hair! (catch-phrase of the early 20th century)
149.28+German der Erzherr: the arch-lord
149.28+theories
149.28+Albert Einstein (also seen as a representative of modern 'time' philosophy in Lewis: Time and Western Man)
149.29plumbsily. The speechform is a mere sorrogate. Whilst the qua-
149.29+clumsily
149.29+surrogate
149.29+sorrow gate
149.29+Gerald Griffin: Talis Qualis
149.29+Latin qualis... talis: as... so
149.30lity and tality (I shall explex what you ought to mean by this with
149.30+explain
149.31its proper when and where and why and how in the subsequent
149.31+
149.32sentence) are alternativomentally harrogate and arrogate, as the
149.32+alternately
149.32+Harrogate, town, Yorkshire
149.32+arrogate: to ascribe to another without just reason
149.33gates may be.
149.33+case
149.34     Talis is a word often abused by many passims (I am working
149.34+{{Synopsis: I.6.1B.B: [149.34-150.14]: of the word Talis — often misused}}
149.34+Latin talis: such, of such a kind
149.34+Latin passim: in every part
149.34+persons
149.34+passions
149.35out a quantum theory about it for it is really most tantumising
149.35+quantum theory: theory that energy in radiation is discharged in discrete units or quanta
149.35+a most tantalising
149.35+Latin tantum... quantum: so much... as, in so far... as
149.36state of affairs). A pessim may frequent you to say: Have you been
149.36+pessimism/optimism


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