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294.01your dappled yeye here, mine's presbyoperian,
294.01+doubled ('ye' doubled)
294.01+presbyopia: form of long-sightedness
294.02shill and wall) we see the copyngink strayed-
294.02+shill: to separate
294.02+shall and will
294.02+straight line
294.03line AL (in Fig., the forest) from being con-
294.03+(instructions: (b) draw line from A-alpha to L-lambda) [287.13] [.08]
294.03+Slang fig: female genitalia
294.03+(forest of pubic hair)
294.04tinued, stops ait Lambday1: Modder ilond
294.04+ait: islet
294.04+Finnish aiti: mother
294.04+at Lambda
294.04+Lambay Island, northeast of Dublin
294.04+Dutch modder: mud
294.04+Mud Island, Dublin
294.05there too. Allow me anchore! I bring down
294.05+French encore: yet, still, again, further
294.05+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...anchore! I...} | {Png: ...anchore, I...}
294.05+bring down nothing and carry ought (mathematics) [295.17]
294.06noth and carry awe. Now, then, take this in!
294.06+French eau: water
294.07One of the most murmurable loose carollaries
294.07+memorable corollaries
294.07+Lewis Carroll
294.08ever Ellis threw his cookingclass. With Olaf
294.08+A.J. Ellis: Algebra Identified with Geometry
294.08+Lewis Carroll's Alice
294.08+Lewis Carroll: Through the Looking-Glass
294.08+(instructions: (c) with point of compasses on alpha and radius alpha-lambda, circumscribe a circle) [.03] [295.21]
294.08+Euclid: Elements: 'From the centre A, at the distance AB, describe the circle BCD'
294.08+Hebrew aleph: A
294.09as centrum and Olaf's lambtail for his spokes-
294.09+lamb's tail
294.09+spoke of wheel (radius)
294.10man circumscript a cyclone. Allow ter! Hoop!
294.10+Greek kyklon: circle
294.10+Latin ter: thrice
294.10+H...C...E (Motif: HCE)
294.11As round as the calf of an egg! O, dear
294.11+a leg
294.11+Lewis Carroll: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ch. I: 'Oh dear! Oh dear!' [.07-.08]
294.11+Motif: Adear, adear!
294.12me! O, dear me now! Another grand dis-
294.12+Plato: Meno (geometry dialogue)
294.12+discobolus: discus thrower
294.13cobely! After Makefearsome's Ocean. You've
294.13+Macpherson: The Poems of Ossian (supposedly written by Ossian)
294.14actuary entducked one! Quok! Why, you
294.14+actuary: statistician
294.14+German Ente: duck
294.14+German entdeckt: discovered
294.15haven't a passer! Fantastic! Early clever,
294.15+Latin passer: sparrow
294.15+Dutch passer: pair of compasses
294.15+(passed an exam)
294.16surely doomed, to Swift's, alas, the galehus!
294.16+Swift, who himself became mentally ill in his last years, bequeathed most of his fortune towards the founding of a lunatic asylum (Saint Patrick's Hospital, Dublin)
294.16+Danish galehus: lunatic asylum
294.17Match of a matchness, like your Bigdud dadder
294.17+Colloquial phrase much of a muchness: much of the same
294.17+Portuguese bigodudo: having a large mustache
294.18in the boudeville song, Gorotsky Gollovar's
294.18+Boudeville organised Dublin street-cleaning department
294.18+French boue de ville: filth of the town
294.18+Russian gorodskoi golova: mayor under Catherine's rule (literally 'head of the city')
294.18+Russian glavar': leader; gangleader, ringleader (usually pejorative)
294.18+Swift: Gulliver's Travels
294.19Troubles, raucking his flavourite turvku in
294.19+German rauchen: to smoke
294.19+Irish tarbh: bull
294.20the smukking precincts of lydias,2 with Mary
294.20+Danish smuk: beautiful
294.20+presence of ladies
294.20+Lydia: ancient kingdom in Asia Minor [.19]
294.20+Merrion: district of Dublin
294.21Owens and Dolly Monks seesidling to edge
294.21+Dollymount: district of Dublin
294.21+Monkstown: district of Dublin
294.21+seaside (all these districts on coast)
294.21+German Siedlung: settlement, housing tract
294.22his cropulence and Blake-Roche, Kingston
294.22+Dalkey, Kingstown and Blackrock Tram Line
294.22+J.C. Blake and Augustine Roche: Irish nationalist (Parnellite) politicians who ran (and lost) as candidates for Member of Parliament seats from the Cork City constituency in 1895
294.22+Dominick Edward Blake: Irish nationalist (anti-Parnellite) Member of Parliament from 1892 to 1907
294.22+James Boothby Burke Roche: Irish nationalist (anti-Parnellite) Member of Parliament from 1896 to 1900
294.23and Dockrell auriscenting him from afurz, our
294.23+Maurice Edward Dockrell: Irish unionist Member of Parliament from 1918 to 1922
294.23+Latin auris: ear
294.23+Latin aura: breeze
294.23+German Furz: fart
294.24papacocopotl,3 Abraham Bradley King? (ting
294.24+(Motif: stuttering)
294.24+Popocatepetl: volcano [.25-.26]
294.24+Abraham Bradley King: 19th century Lord-Mayor of Dublin, welcomed George IV when latter visited Dublin and was knighted by him ([030.01])
294.24+Chinese t'ing: listen
294.25ting! ting ting!) By his magmasine fall. Lumps,
294.25+Motif: By the Magazine Wall, zinzin, zinzin
294.25+magma, lava
294.26lavas and all.4 Bene! But, thunder and turf, it's
294.26+Italian bene!: well!, good! [287.16] [295.17] [295.29]
294.26+Fitz-Patrick: The Life of the Very Rev. Thomas N. Burke II.312: (quoting Canon Brownlow about Burke) 'He used to speak contemptuously of his own great pulpit efforts and say they were all "thunder and turf"' (the expression also appears on Fitz-Patrick: The Life of the Very Rev. Thomas N. Burke II.155, in the text of one of Burke's lectures)
294.27not alover yet! One recalls Byzantium. The
294.27+a lover
294.27+all over
294.27+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...yet! One...} | {Png: ...yet. One...}
294.27+the Byzantine State is mentioned often in Yeats: A Vision and other works of Yeats
294.28mystery repeats itself todate as our callback
294.28+proverb History repeats itself
294.29mother Gaudyanna, that was daughter to a
294.29+Latin gaudeo: I rejoice
294.29+Guadiana river
294.30tanner,5 used to sing, as I think, now and then
294.31consinuously over her possetpot in her quer
294.31+posset: hot milk curdled with wine or cold ale
294.31+German quer: across
294.F01     1 Ex jup pep off Carpenger Strate. The kids' and dolls' home. Makeacake-
294.F01+X.J.P.F. (Motif: Archdeacon J.F.X.P. Coppinger)
294.F01+it's just up off
294.F01+Dogs' and Cats' Home, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin
294.F01+Henrik Ibsen: all plays: Et Dukkehjem (A Doll's House; closest translation is 'a doll's home')
294.F01+James Joyce: Ulysses.15.3370: 'Megeggaggegg!'
294.F03     2 A vagrant need is a flagrant weed.
294.F03+proverb A friend in need is a friend indeed
294.F04     3 Grand for blowing off steam when you walk up in the morning.
294.F04+(walk up volcano)
294.F05     4 At the foot of Bagnabun Banbasday was lost on one.
294.F05+'At the Creeke of Bagganbun, Irelande was lost and wonne' (refers to Robert Fitz Stephens's small army landing at the Bann, Wexford, 1170)
294.F05+Italian bagnare: to bathe
294.F05+Old Irish Banba: Ireland (strictly, the name of the patron goddess of Ireland)
294.F06     5 We're all found of our anmal matter.
294.F06+fond of
294.F06+animal matter
294.F06+Alma Mater: school regarded as 'foster-mother'
294.L01Sarga, or the
294.L01+German Sarg: coffin
294.L01+Sanskrit sarga: process of world creation, letting go, voiding
294.L02path of outgoing.
294.L03Docetism and
294.L03+docetism: doctrine of incorporeal nature of Christ's body
294.L03+Latin docere: to teach
294.L03+Latin discere: to learn
294.L04Didicism, Maya-
294.L04+The Encyclopædia Britannica vol. XXIV, 'Sanskrit', 178a: 'Maya, illusion' (Sanskrit)
294.L04+Sanskrit thaya: to the thump of a fall (dative)
294.L05Thaya. Tamas-
294.L05+The Encyclopædia Britannica vol. XXIV, 'Sanskrit', 178d: (of the Sankhya philosophical system) 'To account for the spontaneous development of matter, the system assumes the latter to consist of three constituents (guna) which are possessed of different qualities, viz. sattva, of pleasing qualities, such as "goodness," lightness, luminosity; rajas, of pain-giving qualities, such as "gloom," passion, activity; and tamas, of deadening qualities, such as "darkness," rigidity, dullness and which, if not in a state of equipoise, cause unrest and development' (Sanskrit)

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