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291.01One and Only, Unic bar None, of Saint Yves by Landsend corn-
291.01+Latin unicus: one only
291.01+Saint Ives and Land's End, Cornwall (King Mark of Cornwall)
291.01+corner
291.02wer, man — ship me silver!, it must have been, faw! a terrible
291.02+
291.03mavrue mavone, to synamite up the old Adam-he-used-to, such a
291.03+Anglo-Irish mavrone: my grief, alas
291.03+Abishag the Shunnamite: old King David's young maiden
291.03+dynamite
291.03+(King Mark)
291.04finalley, and that's flat as Tut's fut, for whowghowho? the poour
291.04+finale
291.04+Tut-ankh-amen
291.04+foot
291.04+poor
291.05girl, a lonely peggy, given the bird, so inseuladed as Crampton's
291.05+ALP (Motif: ALP)
291.05+The Lovely Peggy: prisonship anchored off Ringsend 1798-1804
291.05+Slang given the bird: dismissed, derided (originally of actors in the theatre)
291.05+insulated
291.05+insulted
291.05+Isolde
291.05+isolated
291.05+French seule: alone, lonely (feminine)
291.05+Crampton, surgeon, planted a famous pear tree in Merrion Square, Dublin
291.06peartree, (she sall eurn bitter bed by thirt sweet of her face!), and
291.06+shall earn
291.06+Genesis 3:19: 'in the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread'
291.06+by that
291.07short wonder so many of the tomthick and tarry members in all
291.07+Motif: Tom, Dick and Harry
291.07+Motif: Tom/Tim [.08]
291.08there subsequious ages of our timocracy tipped to console with her
291.08+subsequent
291.08+obsequious
291.08+timocracy: a form of government in which having property is required for obtaining office (according to Aristote); a form of government in which the love of honour is the primary motive of rulers (according to Platon)
291.08+(Timothy Michael Healy's rule)
291.09at her mirrorable gracewindow'd hut1 till the ives of Man, the
291.09+mirror, window
291.09+grass widowhood: the state of a married woman whose husband is absent from her; the state of a discarded mistress
291.09+Isle of Man
291.10O'Kneels and the O'Prayins and the O'Hyens of Lochlaunstown
291.10+the five Bloods of Ireland: O'Neil of Ulster, O'Connor of Connacht, O'Brien of Thomond, O'Lochlan of Meath, McMurrough of Leinster [270.31]
291.10+Loughlinstown: area near Killiney, County Dublin
291.11and the O'Hollerins of Staneybatter, hollyboys, all, burryripe
291.11+Stoneybatter: street in Dublin
291.11+song 'Cherry ripe, who'll buy'
291.12who'll buy?,2 in juwelietry and kickychoses and madornaments
291.12+German Juwel: jewel
291.12+Juliet (William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet)
291.12+jewellery
291.12+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...kickychoses...} | {Png: ...kicky-choses...}
291.12+kickshaw: trifle, trinket; appetiser
291.12+French quelques choses: some things
291.12+Italian madornale: huge
291.12+Madonna
291.12+adornments
291.13and that's not the finis of it (would it were!) — but to think of him
291.13+Latin finis: end
291.13+(Tristram)
291.14foundling a nelliza the second,3 also cliptbuss (the best was still
291.14+founding
291.14+fondling
291.14+finding
291.14+Elizabeth II (although she was crowned only in 1952, she became heiress presumptive in 1936)
291.14+(second Isolde, i.e. Iseult Blanchemains of Brittany, whom Tristram married)
291.14+Archaic clip: embrace
291.14+Archaic buss: kiss
291.14+bust
291.15there if the torso was gone) where he did and when he did, re-
291.15+
291.16triever to the last4 — escapes my forgetness now was it dust-
291.16+discovered
291.17covered, nom de Lieu! on lapse or street ondown, through, for or
291.17+French nom de Dieu! (expletive)
291.17+French lieu: place
291.17+left
291.17+straight on down
291.18from a foe, by with as on a friend, at the Rectory? Vicarage Road?
291.18+(by, with, as, or on)
291.18+Vico Road, Dalkey
291.19Bishop's Folly? Papesthorpe?, after picket fences, stonewalls, out
291.19+Papish
291.19+German Papst: pope
291.19+Archaic thorpe: village
291.19+Picket: American Confederate general
291.19+'Stonewall' Jackson: American Confederate general
291.20and ins or oxers — for merry a valsehood whisprit he to manny a
291.20+many a falsehood whispered
291.20+French valse: waltz
291.20+many
291.21lilying earling;5 and to try to analyse that ambo's pair of brace-
291.21+lying
291.21+ear
291.21+yearling
291.21+Latin ambo: both
291.21+(*IJ*)
291.21+(arms)
291.22leans akwart the rollyon trying to amarm all6 of that miching
291.22+awkward
291.22+athwart
291.22+Latin amare: to love
291.22+German umarmen: Dutch omarmen: to embrace
291.22+Dialect miching: playing truant, skulking, shrinking from view (Obsolete pilfering, cheating)
291.22+Motif: mishe/tauf [.24]
291.23micher's bearded but insensible virility and its gaulish mous-
291.23+(Tristram)
291.24taches, Dammad and Groany, into her limited (tuff, tuff, que tu es
291.24+Diarmuid and Grania [291.28-292.01]
291.24+tauf [.22]
291.24+French que tu es (adjective)!: how (adjective) you are!
291.24+Vulgate Matthew 16:18: 'tu est Petrus' (Latin 'thou art Peter')
291.25pitre!) lapse at the same slapse for towelling ends7 in their dolight-
291.25+French pitre: clown, buffoon
291.25+lap
291.25+delightful
291.26ful Sexsex home, Somehow-at-Sea (O little oily head, sloper's
291.26+Southend-on-Sea, Essex
291.26+Ally Sloper: character in Victorian comics
291.27brow and prickled ears!) as though he, a notoriety, a foist edition,
291.27+(earwig)
291.27+Obsolete foist: a cheat, a trick
291.27+first edition
291.28were a wrigular writher neonovene babe!8 — well, diarmuee and
291.28+song A Right Down Regular Royal Queen
291.28+wriggle, writhe
291.28+writer
291.28+(newborn)
291.28+Diarmuid and Grania [.24]
291.28+dear me
291.F01     1 O hce! O hce!
291.F01+echo
291.F01+HCE (Motif: HCE)
291.F02     2 Six and seven the League.
291.F02+
291.F03     3 It's all round me hat I'll wear a drooping dido.
291.F03+song All around My Hat I Wear a Tricoloured Ribbon
291.F03+VI.C.17.157k (o): 'dido (white print scarf)'
291.F03+Dido, queen of Carthage
291.F04     4 Have you ever thought of a hitching your stern and being ourdeaned,
291.F04+[512.30]
291.F04+Emerson: Civilisation: 'hitch your wagon to a star'
291.F04+German Stern: star
291.F04+Motif: Swift/Sterne (Dean Swift, Sterne)
291.F04+ordained
291.F05Mester Bootenfly, here's me and Myrtle is twinkling to know.
291.F05+master
291.F05+Puccini: Madame Butterfly
291.F05+buttoned fly
291.F05+myrtle leaves have a multitude of tiny translucent spots that look like punctures when held against a strong light
291.F06     5 To show they caught preferment.
291.F06+song The Vicar of Bray: 'and so I got preferment'
291.F07     6 See the freeman's cuticatura by Fennella.
291.F07+Freeman's Journal: Dublin newspaper
291.F07+freehand
291.F07+Cuticura soap
291.F07+caricature
291.F07+fennel: a plant
291.F08     7 Just one big booty's pot.
291.F08+Slang beauty spot: female genitalia [220.07] [600.16]
291.F09     8 Charles de Simples had an infirmierity complexe before he died a natural
291.F09+Charles III ('the Simple') of France
291.F09+inferiority complex (Adler's term)
291.F10death.
291.F10+


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