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282.01     With sobs for his job, with tears
282.01+William Shakespeare: Julius Caesar III.2.26-28: 'There is tears for his love, joy for his fortune, honour for his valour, and death for his ambition'
282.02for his toil, with horror for his squalor
282.02+
282.03but with pep for his perdition,1 lo, the
282.03+VI.B.3.064d (o): 'Lo, the poor crieth'
282.04boor plieth as the laird hireth him.
282.04+[590.18-.19]
282.05     Boon on begyndelse.
282.05+{{Synopsis: II.2.8.A: [282.05-286.02] [282.F02-285.F09] [282.L02-285.L07] [282.R05-282.R14]: from counting — to arithmetic and algebra}}
282.05+Archaic boon: prayer
282.05+Danish begyndelse: beginning
282.05+Greek gynê: woman
282.06     At maturing daily gloryaims!2
282.06+Latin Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam: For the Greater Glory of God (Jesuit motto; at Belvedere, pupils put letters A.M.D.G. at beginnings of essays)
282.07     A flink dab for a freck dive and a stern poise
282.07+German flink: quick
282.07+Scottish freck: quick
282.07+Motif: Swift/Sterne
282.08for a swift pounce was frankily at the manual
282.08+Frank [302.31] [303.30]
282.08+(counting on fingers)
282.09arith sure enough which was the bekase he
282.09+arithmetic
282.09+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 22: 'sure-enough queens'
282.09+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 8: 'bekase' (five times in Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn)
282.09+because
282.10knowed from his cradle, no bird better, why
282.10+knew
282.10+Rudyard Kipling: Captains Courageous, ch. IX: 'Steer he can &mdah; no boy better'
282.11his fingures were giving him whatfor to fife
282.11+fingers
282.11+figures
282.11+given
282.11+phrase giving him what for
282.11+fight
282.11+five (fingers to count with)
282.12with. First, by observation, there came boko
282.12+(naming fingers) [.12-.15]
282.12+Slang boko: nose
282.12+Danish buhko: moocow
282.13and nigh him wigworms and nigh him tittlies
282.13+
282.14and nigh him cheekadeekchimple and nigh
282.14+
282.15him pickpocket with pickpocketpumb, pick-
282.15+(five fingers) [.15-.17]
282.15+thumb
282.16pocketpoint, pickpocketprod, pickpocket-
282.16+(index finger)
282.17promise and upwithem. Holy Joe in lay
282.17+(ring finger)
282.18Eden.3 And anyhows always after them the
282.18+
282.19dimpler he weighed the fonder fell he of his
282.19+felt
282.20null four lovedroyd curdinals, his element cur-
282.20+lovetried
282.20+Motif: left/right
282.20+cardinals
282.20+Motif: 4-stage Viconian cycle (birth, marriage, death, ricorso)
282.20+(four cardinal points of compass)
282.20+(four cardinal virtues)
282.20+(cardinal numbers)
282.20+HEC (Motif: HCE)
282.20+Cardinal Newman: 19th century English theologian, famous for converting from Anglicanism to Catholicism
282.21dinal numen and his enement curdinal marryng
282.21+Latin numen: divine will
282.21+name (baptism)
282.21+HEC (Motif: HCE)
282.21+enemy
282.21+eminent
282.21+Cardinal Manning: second Archbishop of Westminster (1865-1892)
282.21+marrying
282.22and his epulent curdinal weisswassh and his
282.22+HEC (Motif: HCE)
282.22+epulentic: epileptic
282.22+opulent
282.22+Cardinal Wiseman: first Archbishop of Westminster (1850-1865)
282.22+German weiß: white (death)
282.22+German weiß was: know what
282.22+whitewash
282.22+HEC (Motif: HCE)
282.23eminent curdinal Kay O'Kay. Always would
282.23+Cardinal MacCabe: Archbishop of Dublin
282.23+K, eleventh letter of alphabet
282.23+O.K.
282.24he be reciting of them, hoojahs koojahs, up by
282.24+(counting on his ten fingers)
282.24+(reciting the ten commandments)
282.24+Downing: Digger Dialects 28: 'HOOJAH — What's-his-name' (World War I Slang)
282.24+Downing: Digger Dialects 57: 'KOOJAH — Where' (World War I Slang)
282.25rota, in his Fanden's catachysm from fursed to
282.25+Rota: supreme court of the Roman Catholic Church (fully, Sacra Romana Rota)
282.25+rote
282.25+Danish fanden: the devil
282.25+Joseph Deharbe: A Full Catechism of the Catholic Religion, 1863 (translated from German in 1875 by Rev. John Fander; used at Clongowes)
282.25+cataclysm
282.25+from first to last
282.25+from furs to lace
282.26laced, quickmarch to decemvers, so as to pin the
282.26+the Calendar Act of 1751 moved England from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar and changed the beginning of the year from 25 March to 1 Jauary, resulting in 1751 being a short year (25 March to 31 December)
282.26+Decemvirs: council or ruling body of ten
282.26+Latin Decemviri: ten magistrates of Rome
282.27tenners, thumbs down. And anon and aldays,
282.27+Colloquial tenner: ten pound note
282.27+phrase thumbs down (indicating disapproval or rejection)
282.27+phrase hands down: easily, effortlessly
282.27+Obsolete alday: every day, always
282.28strues yerthere, would he wile arecreating em
282.28+Obsolete strue: to destroy
282.28+'s true as you're there
282.28+while
282.28+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, Png: ...em om...} | {Tr11: ...em a rightleft by and ingreasing om and moultipiecing om...}
282.29om lumerous ways, caiuscounting in the
282.29+Om: Aum (Brahmanic sacred syllable)
282.29+luminous
282.29+numerous
282.29+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...caiuscounting...} | {Png: ...caius-counting...}
282.29+William Shakespeare: The Merry Wives of Windsor: (Dr. Caius counting) 'Vat be all you, one, two, tree, four, come for?' (II.3.20) and 'If there be one or two, I shall make-a the turd' (III.3.208)
282.30scale of pin puff pive piff, piff puff pive poo,
282.30+
282.31poo puff pive pree, pree puff pive pfoor, pfoor
282.31+assuming four = *X* = Roman X = ten, then ten + five = fifteen (one-five)
282.32puff pive pippive, poopive,4 Niall Dhu,
282.32+pippive (one-five, 15) + poopive (two-five, 25) + Niall Dhu (nil-two, -2) + Foughty Unn (41) + Enoch Thortig (31) + endso one (1) = 111 (Motif: 111) [283.F01]
282.F01     1 While I'll wind the wildwoods' bluckbells among my window's weeds.
282.F01+bluebells
282.F01+widow's weeds
282.F02     2 Lawdy Dawdy Simpers.
282.F02+Latin Laus Deo Semper: Praise to God Forever (at Belvedere, pupils put L.D.S. at ends of essays) [.F04]
282.F02+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Simpers.} | {Png: ...simpers.}
282.F03     3 But where, O where, is me lickle dig done?
282.F03+song Where, O Where Has My Little Dog Gone?
282.F04     4 That's his whisper waltz I like from Pigott's with that Lancydancy step.
282.F04+Piggot and Company: music warehouse, Grafton Street, Dublin
282.F04+Lancers (dance)
282.F04+la-di-da
282.F04+Latin Laus Deo Semper: Praise to God Forever (at Belvedere, pupils put L.D.S. at ends of essays) [.F02]
282.F05Stop.
282.F05+
282.L01Tricks stunts.
282.L01+
282.L02Truckeys' cant
282.L02+truckers'
282.L02+trochee: a metrical foot (long-short; according to BMs (47473-137), Joyce apparently associated trochees with *I*)
282.L03for dactyl and
282.L03+dactyl: a metrical foot (long-short-short)
282.L03+Greek daktylos: finger
282.L04spondee.
282.L04+spondee: a metrical foot (long-long; according to BMs (47473-137), Joyce apparently associated spondees with *V*)
282.L05Panoplous pere-
282.L05+Greek panoplos: fully armed
282.L05+pregrine: exotic, foreign
282.L05+Latin peregrinus: exotic
282.L06grine pifflicative
282.L06+Slang piffle: nonsense
282.L07pomposity.
282.L07+
282.R01ANTITHESIS OF AMBI-
282.R01+
282.R02DUAL ANTICIPATION.
282.R02+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...ANTICIPATION.} | {Png: ...ANTICIPATION}
282.R03THE MIND FACTORY,
282.R03+
282.R04ITS GIVE AND TAKE.
282.R04+
282.R05AUSPICIUM.
282.R05+Latin auspicium: watching birds for augury
282.R06AUGURIA.
282.R06+Latin augurium: augury
282.R07DIVINITY
282.R07+
282.R08NOT DEITY
282.R08+
282.R09THE UNCER-
282.R09+(is)
282.R10TAINTY JUS-
282.R10+
282.R11TIFIED BY
282.R11+
282.R12OUR CERTI-
282.R12+
282.R13TUDE.
282.R13+
282.R14EXAMPLES.
282.R14+


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