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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
166.02to be seated and smile if I please.
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
166.05female (we will continue to call her Marge) whose types may be
166.06met with in any public garden, wearing a very "dressy" affair,
166.07known as an "ethel" of instep length and with a real fur, reduced
166.07+ethel: type of dress
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)
166.10some "sweet" garment, when she is not sitting on all the free
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
166.12out for "him" or so "thrilled" about the best dressed dolly pram
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+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]
166.17tics and aspire to THREE male ones, a shover, a butlegger and
166.17+Slang shover: chauffeur
166.18a sectary) held hostage at armslength, teaching His Infant
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]
166.21pect 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
166.25frivolish 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+Dialect link: one in a chain of sausages
166.26+Latin verus vir: real man
166.27My solotions for the proper parturience of matres and the edu-
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.)
166.30     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+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
166.36and Caseous are contending for her misstery by implicating her-

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