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298.01 | Paa lickam laa lickam, apl lpa! This it is an her. |
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–298.01+ | [054.15] |
–298.01+ | Norwegian paa: on |
–298.01+ | Norwegian lik: corps |
–298.01+ | like |
–298.01+ | Norwegian laa: lay, was laying |
–298.01+ | (lay like on like) |
–298.01+ | APL LPA (Motif: ALP) |
–298.01+ | Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...lpa! This...} | {Png: ...lpa. This...} |
–298.01+ | Anna |
298.02 | You see her it. Which it whom you see it is |
–298.02+ | Slang it: female genitalia |
298.03 | her. And if you could goaneggbetter we'd soon |
–298.03+ | phrase go one better |
–298.03+ | get an |
–298.03+ | egg-beater (an egg-beater seen from its end resembles) [293.12] |
298.04 | see some raffant scrumala riffa. Quicks herit |
–298.04+ | Italian di riffa o di raffa: by hook or by crook |
–298.04+ | and some |
–298.04+ | Latin phrase quod erat faciendum: which was to be done (often abbreviated Q.E.F. at the end of a geometrical construction) [279.F08] [299.03] |
–298.04+ | her |
298.05 | fossyending. Quef! So post that to your pape |
–298.05+ | Latin fossa: ditch |
–298.05+ | French Slang fosse: female genitalia |
–298.05+ | Motif: pen/post [.07] |
–298.05+ | phrase put that in your pipe and smoke it |
298.06 | and smarket! And you can haul up that languil |
–298.06+ | Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...smarket! And...} | {Png: ...smarket. And...} |
–298.06+ | languid |
298.07 | pennant, mate. I've read your tunc's dimissage. |
–298.07+ | pen [.05] |
–298.07+ | Slang pen: penis |
–298.07+ | Latin tunc: then (Motif: tunc) |
–298.07+ | Tunc page of The Book of Kells (Sullivan: The Book of Kells plate XI; Motif: tunc) |
–298.07+ | Slang cunt: female genitalia, woman (Motif: anagram; Motif: tunc) |
–298.07+ | Luke 2:29: 'nunc dimittis': 'now you release' |
298.08 | For, let it be taken that her littlenist is of no |
–298.08+ | Euclid's postulates are introduced by 'Let it be granted' (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.08+ | littlest |
–298.08+ | Slang nest: female genitalia |
–298.08+ | Euclid: Elements: 'A point is that which has no parts, or which has no magnitude' (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.08+ | (zero) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
298.09 | magnetude or again let it be granted that Doll |
–298.09+ | (*C*, Dolph) |
–298.09+ | delta |
298.10 | the laziest can be dissimulant with all respects |
–298.10+ | last |
298.11 | from Doll the fiercst, thence must any what- |
–298.11+ | (*V*, Kev) |
–298.11+ | delta |
–298.11+ | fiercest |
–298.11+ | first |
–298.11+ | (any x to the power of zero equals one) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
298.12 | youlike in the power of empthood be either |
–298.12+ | power of n (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.12+ | Obsolete empt: to discharge, to empty |
–298.12+ | Latin emptum: purchase |
–298.12+ | empty |
298.13 | greater THaN or less THaN the unitate we |
–298.13+ | greater than or less than (resembling > and < in shape; Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) [301.17] |
–298.13+ | Romanian unitate: unity |
298.14 | have in one or hence shall the vectorious ready- |
–298.14+ | one (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.14+ | Latin vectorius: for transport |
–298.14+ | radius vector: a variable line drawn to a curve from a fixed point as an origin (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.14+ | victorious |
–298.14+ | radii (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
298.15 | eyes of evertwo circumflicksrent searclhers |
–298.15+ | two (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.15+ | circumflexion: bending around |
–298.15+ | circumference (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.15+ | flicker |
–298.15+ | Swedish flickor: girls |
–298.15+ | searchers |
–298.15+ | search-lights |
–298.15+ | circles (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
298.16 | never film in the elipsities of their gyribouts |
–298.16+ | fill |
–298.16+ | ellipsis |
–298.16+ | ellipses (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.16+ | gyre: a term used in Yeats: A Vision [295.23] |
–298.16+ | thereabouts |
298.17 | those fickers which are returnally reprodictive |
–298.17+ | Slang fuckers: fellows |
–298.17+ | German Slang ficken: to have sex with |
–298.17+ | figures |
–298.17+ | eternal return: a philosophical doctrine that holds that time and all its events repeat themselves in exactly the same way eternally in a loop |
–298.17+ | eternally reproductive |
–298.17+ | predictive |
298.18 | of themselves.^{1} Which is unpassible. Quarrel- |
–298.18+ | unpassable |
–298.18+ | impossible |
–298.18+ | corollary (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.18+ | quarrel |
298.19 | lary. The logos of somewome to that base any- |
–298.19+ | the logarithm of one to any base is zero (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) [.19-.21] |
–298.19+ | logos: universal reason governing the world (Heraclitus) (literally 'word' as in John 1:1) |
–298.19+ | locus |
–298.19+ | someone |
–298.19+ | woman |
–298.19+ | womb |
–298.19+ | German Archaic Base: female cousin [.23] |
298.20 | thing, when most characteristically mantissa |
–298.20+ | characteristic and mantissa: the integral and decimal parts of a logarithm, respectively (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.20+ | meant to say |
298.21 | minus, comes to nullum in the endth:^{2} orso, |
–298.21+ | minus (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.21+ | (*E* (1) returns to *A* (0) in the end) |
–298.21+ | nothing in the end |
–298.21+ | n'th (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.21+ | Italian orso: bear |
–298.21+ | Latin ergo: therefore |
–298.21+ | also |
298.22 | here is nowet badder than the sin of Aha with |
–298.22+ | no wit |
–298.22+ | Danish noget: something |
–298.22+ | better |
–298.22+ | pantomime Sinbad the Sailor |
–298.22+ | sin: abbreviation for sine (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.22+ | ALP (Motif: ALP) |
–298.22+ | Adam |
298.23 | his cosin Lil, verswaysed on coverswised, and |
–298.23+ | cosin: abbreviation for cosine (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.23+ | cousin [.19] |
–298.23+ | Lilith: Adam's non-submissive (and later seen as demonic) first wife before Eve, according to Jewish lore |
–298.23+ | (vice versa) |
–298.23+ | versed sine: one minus cosine (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.23+ | conversed sine: versed sine of the complement of an angle (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
298.24 | all that's consecants and cotangincies till Per- |
–298.24+ | consequences and contingencies |
–298.24+ | cosecants and cotangents (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.24+ | perpendicular (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
298.25 | perp stops repippinghim since her redtangles |
–298.25+ | tangles of red hair |
–298.25+ | rectangles (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.25+ | right angles (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
298.26 | are all abscissan for limitsing this tendency of |
–298.26+ | abscissa: the x coordinate of a point (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.26+ | limits: values of a variable between which a definite integral is taken (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.26+ | (approximation of the perimeter of a circle by calculation of the limit of the perimeter of a regular polygon with an infinitely-large number of infinitesimally-small sides) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) [339.35] |
298.27 | our Frivulteeny Sexuagesima^{3} to expense her- |
–298.27+ | frivolous |
–298.27+ | Sexagesima: second Sunday before Lent |
–298.27+ | sexagesimal arithmetic is based on the number sixty (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.27+ | Septuaginta |
–298.27+ | expend |
–298.27+ | expand |
298.28 | selfs as sphere as possible, paradismic peri- |
–298.28+ | old joke about women washing themselves and their private parts when privacy is scarce: 'wash up and down as far as possible, then wash possible' (Joyce: Ulysses.18.204: 'when I said I washed up and down as far as possible asking me and did you wash possible') |
–298.28+ | sphere (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.28+ | clear |
–298.28+ | Thomas Moore: other works: Lalla Rookh: Paradise and the Peri |
–298.28+ | paradigmatic |
–298.28+ | perimeter (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.28+ | German Perlmutter: mother-of-pearl, a smooth iridescent material produced by certain molluscs |
298.29 | mutter, in all directions on the bend of the |
–298.29+ | |
298.30 | unbridalled, the infinisissimalls of her facets |
–298.30+ | (approximation of integration, or estimation of area under a curve, by multiple infinitesimal perpendicular rectangles) (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.30+ | infinitesimal calculus (Cluster: Mathematics, Algebra and Geometry) |
–298.30+ | small |
298.31 | becoming manier and manier as the calicolum |
–298.31+ | many |
–298.31+ | calico |
298.32 | of her umdescribables (one has thoughts of |
–298.32+ | unmentionables |
–298.32+ | Yeats: A Vision 277 (book V, sec. IV): 'When I think of Rome I see always those heads with their world-considering eyes' |
298.33 | that eternal Rome) shrinks from schurtiness |
–298.33+ | Eternal City: Rome |
–298.33+ | German Schürze: apron |
–298.33+ | shortness to short |
298.F01 | ^{1} I enjoy as good as anyone. |
–298.F01+ | VI.C.7.246i (o): 'enjoy as good as anyone' (a note originally intended for Joyce: Ulysses) |
298.F02 | ^{2} Neither a soul to be saved nor a body to be kicked. |
–298.F02+ | VI.C.7.243n (o): 'neither a soul to be saved, nor a body to be kicked' (a note originally intended for Joyce: Ulysses) |
–298.F02+ | proverb Corporations have neither souls to be saved nor bodies to be kicked |
298.F03 | ^{3} The boast of the town. |
–298.F03+ | toast |
298.L01 | Ambages and |
–298.L01+ | ambage: dark language for deceit and concealment |
298.L02 | Their Rôle. |
–298.L02+ | |
298.L03 | Ecclasiastical |
–298.L03+ | ECH (Motif: HCE) |
–298.L03+ | ecclesiastical hierarchy [605.07-606.08] |
298.L04 | and Celestial |
–298.L04+ | celestial hierarchy [605.06-606.10] |
–298.L04+ | Pseudo-Dionysius: Celestial Hierarchies |
298.L05 | Hierarchies. The |
–298.L05+ | |
298.L06 | Ascending. The |
–298.L06+ | Genesis 28:12: 'and he dreamed, and behold a ladder set up... and behold the angels of God ascending and descending on it' |
298.L07 | Descending. |
–298.L07+ | |
298.L08 | The peripatetic |
–298.L08+ | peripatetic: of the Aristotelian school of philosophy; walking from place to place, itinerant, rambling |
298.L09 | periphery. It's |
–298.L09+ | |
298.L10 | Allothesis. |
–298.L10+ | allotheism: worship of strange gods |
–298.L10+ | antithesis |
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