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284.01 | median, hce che ech, interecting at royde |
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–284.01+ | median (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.01+ | (penis) |
–284.01+ | HCE, CHE, ECH (Motif: HCE) |
–284.01+ | intersecting (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.01+ | entering |
–284.01+ | erect |
–284.01+ | Obsolete royde: rigid, stiff, rough; rude |
–284.01+ | right angles (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
284.02 | angles the parilegs of a given obtuse one bis- |
–284.02+ | parallel (sides) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.02+ | parallax: in astronomy, the apparent displacement of an observed object due to a change in the position of the observer |
–284.02+ | legs |
–284.02+ | (obtuse angle) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.02+ | (obtuse triangle) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.02+ | bisects the arcs (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
284.03 | cuts both the arcs that are in curveachord |
–284.03+ | (buttocks) |
–284.03+ | [293.12] |
–284.03+ | Ark of the Covenant |
–284.03+ | curvicord |
284.04 | behind. Brickbaths. The family umbroglia. |
–284.04+ | brickbats: fragments of a brick, especially when used as missiles |
–284.04+ | Bath brick: alluvial silt compressed into brick form, used for polishing metal and cleaning hard surfaces (an extremely popular household product in the 19th century and well into the 20th) |
–284.04+ | (incest) |
–284.04+ | umbrage |
–284.04+ | umbrella |
–284.04+ | imbroglio |
284.05 | A Tullagrove pole^{1} to the Height of County |
–284.05+ | Tulla: town, County Clare (from Irish an tulach: the mound, the hill) |
–284.05+ | telegraph pole |
–284.05+ | highest common factor (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.05+ | County Fermanagh, Ulster |
284.06 | Fearmanagh has a septain inclinaison^{2} and the |
–284.06+ | sept: Irish clan |
–284.06+ | French septain: seven-line stanza |
–284.06+ | certain inclination |
–284.06+ | French inclinaison: inclination, slope |
–284.06+ | graph, plot (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
284.07 | graphplot for all the functions in Lower |
–284.07+ | (mathematical functions) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.07+ | Slang The Low Countries: female pudend |
–284.07+ | lowest common multiple (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
284.08 | County Monachan, whereat samething is rivi- |
–284.08+ | County Monaghan, Ulster |
–284.08+ | Triestine Italian Dialect Slang mona: female genitalia |
–284.08+ | something is divisible by nothing (x/0 = infinity) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) [.11] |
–284.08+ | reversible |
284.09 | sible by nighttim, may be involted into the |
–284.09+ | night time |
–284.09+ | Tim (Finnegan) |
–284.09+ | Latin involatus: flown into |
–284.09+ | involution: raising of a number to an assigned power |
–284.09+ | involved |
–284.09+ | inverted |
–284.09+ | invited |
284.10 | zeroic couplet, palls pell inhis heventh glike |
–284.10+ | (the infinity symbol looks like two zeroes) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) [.11] |
–284.10+ | heroic couplet: a form of English poetry, characterised by rhyming pairs of iambic pentameters (associated with Chaucer and Dryden) |
–284.10+ | all's well in his heaven like |
–284.10+ | Cornish pell: Welsh pell: distant, long, remote, far |
–284.10+ | John Pell: 17th century English mathematician (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.10+ | Browning: Pippa Passes: 'God's in His heaven — All's right with the world!' |
–284.10+ | German gleich: equal; alike |
284.11 | noughty times ∞, find, if you are not literally |
–284.11+ | (zero) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.11+ | ∞: mathematical symbol for 'infinity' (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) [.10] |
284.12 | cooefficient, how minney combinaisies and per- |
–284.12+ | coefficient: numerical, as opposed to literal, part of mathematical term (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.12+ | German Minne: love |
–284.12+ | how many combinations and permutations (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.12+ | French Slang combine: scheme, trick, ruse |
–284.12+ | French Slang binaise: scheme, trick, ruse |
–284.12+ | Latin permutandis: things needing to be changed |
284.13 | mutandies can be played on the international |
–284.13+ | Italian mutande: drawers, underpants |
284.14 | surd! pthwndxrclzp!, hids cubid rute being |
–284.14+ | surd: irrational number (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.14+ | (twelve consonants) [.L08] [285.17-.22] |
–284.14+ | thunderclap |
–284.14+ | its cubic root being extracted (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.14+ | German Rute: rod, switch, wand |
284.15 | extructed, taking anan illitterettes, ififif at a tom. |
–284.15+ | Latin exstructus: built up |
–284.15+ | taking 'n' as (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.15+ | five at a time |
–284.15+ | atom |
284.16 | Answers, (for teasers only).^{3} Ten, twent, thirt, |
–284.16+ | teachers |
–284.16+ | American Slang ten-twent-thirt: cheap, melodramatic theatrical entertainment (so called from its price scheme, namely ten, twenty or thirty cents, depending on the choice of seat; prevalent from the 1890s to the 1910s, when it was superseded by cheap cinema) |
284.17 | see, ex and three icky totchty ones. From |
–284.17+ | Roman numeral CXIII: 113 |
–284.17+ | Motif: 111 |
–284.17+ | Russian tochka: dot |
–284.17+ | solution (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
284.18 | solation to solution. Imagine the twelve |
–284.18+ | (*O*) |
284.19 | deaferended dumbbawls of the whowl above- |
–284.19+ | Motif: ear/eye (deaf, blind) |
–284.19+ | deaf and dumb |
–284.19+ | different dumbbells |
–284.19+ | (the infinity sign looks like a dumbbell) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.19+ | (a bell striking the zero hour would be a dumb bell) |
–284.19+ | French aveugle: blind |
284.20 | beugled to be the contonuation through |
–284.20+ | French beugler: to bellow, to low |
–284.20+ | Motif: -ation (*O*; 3 times) [.20-.21] |
–284.20+ | continuation |
–284.20+ | Our Exagmination round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress: essays on Joyce: Finnegans Wake by twelve contemporaries of Joyce, published during its composition |
–284.20+ | Latin tonare: to thunder |
284.21 | regeneration of the urutteration of the word |
–284.21+ | German ur-: original-, primeval-, primitive- |
–284.21+ | Joyce: Ulysses.14.1390: 'utterance of the Word' |
–284.21+ | iteration |
–284.21+ | itineration |
284.22 | in pregross. It follows that, if the two ante- |
–284.22+ | Motif: 2&3 (two bicycles, three tricycles; *IJ* and *VYC*) |
–284.22+ | antecedent: the first number in a ratio (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) [.23] |
284.23 | sedents be bissyclitties and the three come- |
–284.23+ | French Slang bissac: female genitalia (from French bissac: satchel or bag with two compartments) |
–284.23+ | French bicyclettes: bicycles |
–284.23+ | (two circles) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) [293.12] |
–284.23+ | Issy |
–284.23+ | Slang clit, clitty: clitoris |
–284.23+ | Clytie: sea nymph metamorphosed into heliotrope |
–284.23+ | consequent: the second number in a ratio (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) [.22] |
284.24 | seekwenchers trundletrikes, then, Aysha Lali- |
–284.24+ | Colloquial trikes: tricycles |
–284.24+ | VI.B.45.107e (o): 'n Ayesha' |
–284.24+ | Holland: The Story of Mohammed 70: (of Mohammed) 'He was also betrothed to Ayesha, the daughter of his friend Abu Bakr, but, as she was still very young, the marriage did not take place till three years later' |
–284.24+ | ALP (Motif: ALP) |
–284.24+ | Lilliput: an island of tiny people in Swift: Gulliver's Travels |
284.25 | pat behidden on the footplate, Big Whiggler^{4} |
–284.25+ | (the capital T on the Tunc page of The Book of Kells (Sullivan: The Book of Kells plate XI; Motif: tunc)) [.26] |
–284.25+ | bigwig: a man of high importance |
284.26 | restant upsittuponable, the NCR^{5} presents to |
–284.26+ | French restant: remaining; surviving |
–284.26+ | nCr: the number of r-item combinations (selections irrespective of item order) possible with n original unlike items (i.e. n! / (r! x (n-r)!)) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) [285.15] |
–284.26+ | North Circular Road, Dublin |
–284.26+ | (the letters NCCR on the Tunc page of The Book of Kells (Sullivan: The Book of Kells plate XI; Motif: tunc)) [.25] |
–284.26+ | answer |
284.27 | us (tandem year at lasted length!) an otto- |
–284.27+ | Latin tandem: at length |
–284.27+ | tandem bicycle |
–284.27+ | Ottoman: Turk |
–284.27+ | automatic |
284.28 | mantic turquo-indaco of pictorial shine by |
–284.28+ | Motif: 7 colours of rainbow [284.28-285.02] |
–284.28+ | turquoise (blue) |
–284.28+ | Turco-Indian |
–284.28+ | indigo |
284.29 | pictorial shimmer so long as, gad of the gidday, |
–284.29+ | VI.B.45.104c (o): 'god of the day' |
–284.29+ | Holland: The Story of Mohammed 23: (of pre-Muslim Arab customs) 'In the sixth century there were 360 idols, one for each day of the Arab year, around and within the Kaabah' |
–284.29+ | giddy |
284.30 | pictorial summer, viridorefulvid, lits asheen, |
–284.30+ | factorial sum (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–284.30+ | Latin viridis: green |
–284.30+ | Latin or: gold (yellow) |
–284.30+ | red |
–284.30+ | Latin fulvus: reddish-yellow, orange |
284.F01 | ^{1} Dideney, Dadeney, Dudeney, O, I'd know that putch on your poll. |
–284.F01+ | Henry Dudeny: puzzle expert |
–284.F01+ | patch |
–284.F01+ | Dialect poll: head |
–284.F01+ | pole [.05] |
284.F02 | ^{2} That is tottinghim in his boots. |
–284.F02+ | Charles Tottenham rode sixty miles and entered Parliament in his boots to vote against government; 'Tottenham in his boots' was long after a toast in Dublin |
284.F03 | ^{3} Come all ye hapney coachers and support the richview press. |
–284.F03+ | Albanian hapni: open |
–284.F03+ | halfpenny |
–284.F03+ | hackney |
–284.F03+ | Richview Press, Dublin |
284.F04 | ^{4} Braham Baruch he married his cook to Massach McKraw her uncle-in- |
–284.F04+ | (rhyming) |
–284.F04+ | Abraham |
–284.F04+ | Brian Boru |
–284.F04+ | Hebrew baruch: blessed (first word of many prayers) |
–284.F04+ | the original 'Justine' was the Marquis de Sade's young cook |
–284.F04+ | Anglo-Irish massach: person with large buttocks, thighs or hips (from Irish másach) [127.32] |
–284.F04+ | Sacher-Masoch |
–284.F04+ | song Master McGrath (about a famous Irish greyhound, the first to win the Waterloo cup, the most prestigious hare coursing event, on three occasions (1868, 1869, 1871); Magrath) |
284.F05 | law who wedded his widow to Hjalmar Kjaer who adapted his daughter to |
–284.F05+ | (if he has a widow, he is dead) |
–284.F05+ | Hjalmar Ekdal: character in Ibsen: all plays: The Wild Duck (discovers that old Werle has married him to his cast-off mistress) |
–284.F05+ | Danish kjaer: dear |
284.F06 | Braham the Bear. V for wadlock, P for shift, H for Lona the Konkubine. |
–284.F06+ | V.P.H.: Victoria Palace Hotel, Paris, where Joyce lived in 1923-4 [099.13] [286.L01] |
–284.F06+ | wedlock |
–284.F06+ | Lona Hessel: character in Ibsen: all plays: Pillars of Society |
–284.F06+ | German Konkubine: concubine |
284.F07 | ^{5} A gee is just a jay on the jaunts cowsway. |
–284.F07+ | Anglo-Irish Slang gee: female genitalia |
–284.F07+ | Giant's Causeway: a columnar basalt promontory, Country Antrim, Northern Ireland |
–284.F07+ | causeway: a raised road across a boggy or watery place |
–284.F07+ | North Circular Road was used for driving cattle to and from the Dublin cattle market [.26] |
284.L01 | A stodge An- |
–284.L01+ | stage Englishman |
284.L02 | gleshman has |
–284.L02+ | |
284.L03 | been worked by |
–284.L03+ | |
284.L04 | eccentricity. |
–284.L04+ | electricity |
284.L05 | An oxygon is na- |
–284.L05+ | oxygen |
–284.L05+ | octagon |
284.L06 | turally reclined |
–284.L06+ | inclined |
284.L07 | to rest. |
–284.L07+ | rust (oxidation) |
284.L08 | Ba be bi bo bum. |
–284.L08+ | VI.B.17.082q (b): 'ba be bi bo bu' [259.09] |
–284.L08+ | Chervin: Bégaiement 32: (list of famous people who stuttered) 'Boissy d'Anglas, surnommé l'orateur ba bé bi bo bu' (French 'Boissy d'Anglas, nicknamed the orator ba be bi bo bu') [259.09] [485.06] |
–284.L08+ | (Motif: 5 vowels) [.14] |
–284.L08+ | Motif: Fee faw fum |
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