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166.01true crust by even the youngest of Margees if she will take plase
166.01+'Fragments of the True Cross' hawked abundantly in Middle Ages
166.01+true cost
166.01+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation plase: please
166.01+place
166.02to be seated and smile if I please.
166.02+
166.03     Now there can be no question about it either that I having
166.03+{{Synopsis: I.6.4.H: [166.03-167.17]: back to Marge — she prefers Antonius}}
166.03+Colloquial phrase the size of: the nature of, what it amounts to
166.04done as much, have quite got the size of that demilitery young
166.04+(spatialist)
166.04+semi-literary
166.05female (we will continue to call her Marge) whose types may be
166.05+
166.06met with in any public garden, wearing a very "dressy" affair,
166.06+
166.07known as an "ethel" of instep length and with a real fur, reduced
166.07+ethel: type of dress
166.07+[459.13]
166.08to 3/9, and muffin cap to tone (they are "angelskin" this fall),
166.08+three shillings and ninepence
166.09ostentatiously hemming apologetically over the shirtness of
166.09+Motif: A/O [.11]
166.09+hem: to utter a 'hem' (indicating doubt or hesitation, or to attract attention)
166.09+shortness
166.10some "sweet" garment, when she is not sitting on all the free
166.10+
166.11benches avidously reading about "it" but ovidently on the look
166.11+Motif: A/O [.09]
166.11+Slang (1927) 'it': sex appeal (Clara Bow)
166.11+Ovid: Ars Amatoria
166.11+evidently
166.11+lookout
166.12out for "him" or so "thrilled" about the best dressed dolly pram
166.12+
166.13and beautiful elbow competition or at the movies swallowing
166.13+in Charlie Chaplin's film The Pawnshop (1916), Chaplin sobs and blows biscuit crumbs upon hearing a destitute client's sad story [.14]
166.14sobs and blowing bixed mixcuits over "childe" chaplain's "latest"
166.14+(laughing)
166.14+mixed biscuits
166.14+Lewis: Time and Western Man 82: 'The childish, puny stature of Chaplin... served him well. He was always the little-fellow-put-upon — the naïf, child-like individual' [.13]
166.15or on the verge of the gutter with some bobbedhair brieffrocked
166.15+French Slang verge: penis (literally 'rod')
166.16babyma's toddler (the Smythe-Smythes now keep TWO domes-
166.16+Greek thes mê thes mê thes: want-not-want-not-want [160.28]
166.16+(*IJ*)
166.17tics and aspire to THREE male ones, a shover, a butlegger and
166.17+(*VYC*)
166.17+Slang shover: chauffeur
166.17+butler
166.17+bootlegger
166.18a sectary) held hostage at armslength, teaching His Infant
166.18+secretary
166.18+HIM
166.18+James Joyce: Ulysses.13.396: 'Of course his infant majesty was most obstreperous at such toilet formalities'
166.18+(two-year old Duke Godefroid III of Brabant is the sovereign behind the legend of the Manneken-Pis (accompanied his army to the battlefield and was hung in the branches of a tree for three days, passing water from time to time))
166.19Majesty how to make waters worse.
166.19+phrase make water: to urinate
166.19+make matters worse
166.20     (I am closely watching Master Pules, as I have regions to sus-
166.20+Wyndham Lewis: The Childermass: mocks Joyce in the person of 'James Pullman' ('Pulley')
166.20+pule: to whine
166.20+Paul [.21]
166.20+(spatialist)
166.20+reasons
166.21pect from my post that her "little man" is a secondary school-
166.21+Latin paulus: small, little [.20]
166.22teacher under the boards of education, a voted disciple of Infan-
166.22+Latin infantulus: little baby boy
166.23tulus who is being utilised thus publicly by the seducente infanta
166.23+Italian seducente infanta: seducing infant
166.23+Italian sedicente: so-called, would-be
166.24to conceal her own more mascular personality by flaunting
166.24+(lesbianism)
166.24+muscular
166.25frivolish finery over men's inside clothes, for the femininny of
166.25+Greek ninnion: baby
166.26that totamulier will always lack the musculink of a verumvirum.
166.26+Latin tota mulier: complete woman
166.26+muscle
166.26+masculinity
166.26+Dialect link: one in a chain of sausages
166.26+(penis)
166.26+Latin verus vir: real man
166.27My solotions for the proper parturience of matres and the edu-
166.27+solutions
166.27+parturiency: parturient quality
166.27+Latin matres: mothers
166.28cation of micturious mites must stand over from the moment till
166.28+Latin mictorius: urinative
166.28+for the moment
166.29I tackle this tickler hussy for occupying my uttentions.)
166.29+particular
166.29+attention
166.30     Margareena she's very fond of Burrus but, alick and alack!
166.30+VI.A.0051bd ( ): 'Mary Ann she is very fond of flirting, Mary Ann she is very fond of tea'
166.30+French beurre: butter
166.31she velly fond of chee. (The important influence exercised on
166.31+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...she...} | {Png: ...She...}
166.31+vell: the stomach of a calf used for making rennet, which in turn is used for curdling milk in the production of cheese
166.31+very (Motif: L/R; Chinese Pronunciation of English)
166.31+cheese
166.31+Chinese cha: tea
166.31+ghee: a type of clarified butter used in Indian cuisine
166.32everything by this eastasian import has not been till now fully
166.32+(tea imported from China)
166.33flavoured though we can comfortably taste it in this case. I shall
166.33+flavour, taste
166.34come back for a little more say farther on.) A cleopatrician in
166.34+French morceau: morsel
166.34+Anglo-Irish tay: tea
166.34+Cleopatra [167.01]
166.35her own right she at once complicates the position while Burrus
166.35+
166.36and Caseous are contending for her misstery by implicating her-
166.36+mastery


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