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271.01The O'Connor, The Mac Loughlin and The
271.01+
271.02Mac Namara with summed their appondage,
271.02+German mitsamt: together with
271.02+Latin appono: to lay by
271.02+appendage
271.02+(ass)
271.03da, da, of Sire Jeallyous Seizer, that gamely
271.03+Russian da: yes
271.03+(CONSTANCY [.R02])
271.03+jelly
271.03+Sir Julius Caesar: 16-17th century English judge
271.03+Julius Caesar: Roman dictator in the years 49-44 B.C. [.05]
271.03+Danish gamle: old
271.04torskmester,1 with his duo of druidesses in ready
271.04+Danish torsk: cod
271.04+taskmaster
271.04+Danish mester: master
271.04+(*IJ*)
271.05money rompers2 and the tryonforit of Oxthie-
271.05+VI.C.2.249d (o): 'rompers (skirt)'
271.05+(*VYC*)
271.05+Tryon: a vegetarian whose regime was adopted by Benjamin Franklin
271.05+triumvirate
271.05+VI.B.33.012b (r): 'octavius lepidus antony'
271.05+The Second Triumvirate, consisting of Octavius (later to become Caesar Augustus), Lepidus and Mark Antony, ruled Rome in the years 43-33 B.C. (after the assassination of Julius Caesar [.03])
271.06vious, Lapidous and Malthouse Anthemy. You
271.06+Latin lapideus: made of stone
271.06+Greek anthemion: little flower
271.06+Greek anthemoesis: flowery
271.06+William Shakespeare: Antony and Cleopatra [.L04]
271.07may fail to see the lie of that layout, Suetonia,3
271.07+(OMEN [.R05])
271.07+(*I*)
271.07+Suetonius: historian and biographer of twelve Caesars
271.08but the reflections which recur to me are that
271.08+(mirror reflection)
271.09so long as beauty life is body love4 and so bright
271.09+VI.C.2.161h (o): 'bodylove'
271.09+Heard: Narcissus, An Anatomy of Clothes 79: 'the jupon, a body-glove' (i.e. a tight-fitting tunic) [.F06]
271.10as Mutua of your mirror holds her candle to
271.10+(*J*)
271.10+Latin mutua: in return
271.11your caudle, lone lefthand likeless, sombring
271.11+caudle: a warm drink
271.11+summer
271.11+slumbering
271.12Autum of your Spring, reck you not one spirt
271.12+autumn
271.12+(inverted spelling)
271.12+Atem: creator in Egyptian myth
271.13of anyseed whether trigemelimen cuddle his
271.13+Latin trigemini: triplets
271.13+Archaic gemels: twins
271.14coddle or nope. She'll confess it by her figure
271.14+Anglo-Irish coddle: a kind of stew, often made from leftovers (e.g. rashers, sausages, tripe, potatoes, onions, milk, seasonings)
271.14+French figure: face
271.15and she'll deny it to your face. If you're not
271.15+
271.16ruined by that one she won't do you any
271.16+VI.C.2.194e (o): 'to do her any whim'
271.17whim. And then? What afters it? Gruff Gunne
271.17+harm
271.17+Michael Gunn: manager of Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
271.18may blow, Gam Gonna flow, the gossans eye
271.18+song O, WIllie brew'd a peck o'maut: 'The cock may craw the day may daw'
271.18+Irish gam: Anglo-Irish gom: fool
271.18+Italian gonna: skirt
271.18+Anglo-Irish gossoon: young lad, boy (from Irish garsún)
271.19the jennings aye. From the butts of Heber and
271.19+[014.35-.36]
271.19+Heber and Heremon: legendary progenitors of Irish race
271.20Heremon, nolens volens, brood our pansies,
271.20+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: 'nolens volens' italicised} | {Png: 'nolens volens' not italicised}
271.20+Latin nolens volens: willing or unwilling, willy-nilly
271.20+Nola: Giordano Bruno's birthplace (Motif: Browne/Nolan) [.21] [.L06]
271.20+Dutch brood: bread
271.20+brewed
271.20+French pensées: thoughts; pansies [.L04]
271.21brune in brume. There's a split in the infinitive
271.21+Italian brune: black-haired women
271.21+Giordano Bruno [.20] [.L06]
271.21+brume: fog
271.21+(ONUS [.R06])
271.21+split infinitive (grammar)
271.22from to have to have been to will be. As they
271.22+'As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be' (end of the Gloria Patri)
271.23warred in their big innings ease now we never
271.23+Genesis 1:1, John 1:1: 'In the beginning'
271.23+(OBIT [.R07])
271.24shall know. Eat early earthapples. Coax Cobra
271.24+(DANGER [.R09])
271.24+E...C...H (Motif: HCE)
271.24+German Erdäpfel: Dutch aardappel: potato (literally 'earth-apple')
271.24+(apple, snake, Eve: Original Sin)
271.25to chatters. Hail, Heva, we hear! This is the
271.25+Hail Mary
271.25+Hebrew Havvah: Eve
271.25+nursery rhyme The House That Jack Built: 'This is the man all tattered and torn, That kissed the maiden all forlorn, That milked the cow with the crumpled horn, That tossed the dog, That worried the cat, That killed the rat, That ate the malt, That lay in the house that Jack built'
271.26glider that gladdened the girl5 that list to the
271.26+
271.27wind that lifted the leaves that folded the
271.27+Genesis 3:3: 'the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden'
271.28fruit that hung on the tree that grew in the
271.28+
271.29garden Gough gave. Wide hiss, we're wizen-
271.29+Sir Hugh Gough (equestrian statue near People's Gardens in Phoenix Park) won battle whereby England gained the Punjab
271.29+God
271.29+(DUTY [.R10])
271.29+why it is
271.29+German wir wissen: we know
271.29+listening
271.F01     1 All his teeths back to the front, then the moon and then the moon with
271.F01+VI.B.45.129n (o): '1 = moon, 2 eye 3 fire 0 = sky 32 teeth'
271.F01+(23, 1 + 10 = 2311 = 1132 backwards) (Motif: 1132; Motif: backwards)
271.F02a hole behind it.
271.F02+
271.F03     2 Skip one, flop fore, jennies in the cabbage store.
271.F03+nursery rhyme One, Two, Three, Four, Mary's at the Kitchen Door
271.F04     3 None of your cumpohlstery English here!
271.F04+compulsory
271.F04+upholstery
271.F04+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...here!} | {Png: ...here.}
271.F05     4 Understudy my understandings, Sostituda, and meek thine compline-
271.F05+Slang understandings: legs
271.F05+Italian sostituta: substitute, understudy (feminine)
271.F05+make
271.F05+compline: the last religious service of the day
271.F05+compliment
271.F06ment, gymnufleshed.
271.F06+VI.C.2.161g (o): 'gym (naked)'
271.F06+Heard: Narcissus, An Anatomy of Clothes 79: (of tight-fitting clothes, like the jupon) 'the build of man, though his flesh be covered to his palms and chin, is more visible to every eye than ever since the closing of the Gymnasium' [.09]
271.F06+Greek gymnos: naked
271.F06+genuflect
271.F07     5 Tho' I have one just like that to home, deadleaf brown with quicksilver
271.F07+(at home)
271.F07+dead, alive
271.F08appliques, would whollymost applissiate a nice shiny sleekysilk out of that
271.F08+appreciate
271.F08+French plisser: pleat
271.F09slippering snake charmeuse.
271.F09+charmeuse: a soft smooth silk fabric
271.F09+French charmeuse: charmer (feminine)
271.L01Monastir,
271.L01+Bulgarian monastir: cloister
271.L01+Monastir, Tunisia (South)
271.L02Leninstar and
271.L02+Lenin, Star of Russia (East)
271.L03Connecticut.
271.L03+Connecticut, United States (West)
271.L04Cliopatria, thy
271.L04+Clio: muse of history
271.L04+Blaise Pascal: Pensées II.162: 'Cleopatra's nose: had it been shorter the whole face of the earth would have changed' [271.20]
271.L04+Latin patria: native land
271.L05hosies history.
271.L05+
271.L06The Eroico
271.L06+Italian eroico: heroic
271.L06+Giordano Bruno: De gli Eroici Furori (Italian 'On the Heroic Frenzies') [.20-.21]
271.L06+Enrico Caruso: tenor (1873-1921)
271.L06+proverb No man is a hero to his valet
271.L06+Ariosto: Orlando Furioso
271.L06+Italian furioso: furious
271.L07Furioso makes
271.L07+
271.L08the valet like
271.L08+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song The Song of O'Ruark, Prince of Breffni: 'The valley lay smiling before me'
271.L09smiling.
271.L09+
271.L10The hyperape the
271.L10+proverb The higher up the monkey goes, the more you see its tail: the more prominent a person, the more visible his faults
271.L10+ape
271.L11mink he groves the
271.L11+
271.L12mole you see nowfor
271.L12+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, Png: ...nowfor...} | {BMs (47478-197): ...now for...}
271.L13crush sake, chawley!
271.L13+Christ
271.L13+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...sake, chawley!} | {Png: ...sake chawley.}
271.L13+Charlie: famous chimpanzee in Dublin Zoo
271.R01COUNSEL
271.R01+
271.R02AND CON-
271.R02+
271.R03STANCY.
271.R03+
271.R04ORDINATION
271.R04+
271.R05OF OMEN,
271.R05+omen (Octavius would become emperor)
271.R06ONUS AND
271.R06+onus (Lepidus: weight)
271.R07OBIT. DIS-
271.R07+obit (death: Antony's suicide)
271.R08TRIBUTION
271.R08+
271.R09OF DANGER,
271.R09+
271.R10DUTY AND
271.R10+
271.R11DESTINY.
271.R11+
271.R12POLAR PRIN-
271.R12+
271.R13CIPLES.
271.R13+


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