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310.01ohmes. This harmonic condenser enginium (the Mole) they
310.01+ohm: unit of electical resistance (after George Simon Ohm: German physicist (1787-1854)) (Cluster: Radio)
310.01+HCE (Motif: HCE)
310.01+harmonic (Cluster: Radio)
310.01+condenser speaker (Cluster: Radio)
310.01+Latin ingenium: innate quality
310.02caused to be worked from a magazine battery (called the Mimmim
310.02+Motif: By the Magazine Wall, zinzin, zinzin
310.02+radio battery (Cluster: Radio)
310.03Bimbim patent number 1132, Thorpetersen and Synds, Joms-
310.03+Motif: 1132
310.03+Thor: Norse god of thunder
310.03+Petersen coil for lightning protection
310.03+and Sons
310.03+Danish synder: sins
310.03+VI.B.46.092p (b): 'Jomsborg' (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.03+Mawer: The Vikings 70: 'the establishment, in the tenth century, of the most characteristic of all Viking settlements, that of Jómsborg on the Island of Wollin at the mouth of the Oder' (Cluster: Early Russian History) [.04] [309.16]
310.04borg, Selverbergen) which was tuned up by twintriodic singul-
310.04+VI.B.46.092s (b): 'Selverberg' (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.04+Mawer: The Vikings 71: 'the Silberberg, on which Jómsborg once stood, is so called from the number of silver coins from Frisia, Lorraine, Bavaria and England which have been found there' (Cluster: Early Russian History) [.03] [309.16]
310.04+radio tuning (Cluster: Radio)
310.04+(two, three, one)
310.04+triode valve (Cluster: Radio)
310.05valvulous pipelines (lackslipping along as if their liffing deepunded
310.05+Slang pipeline: aerial (Cluster: Radio)
310.05+Liffey river
310.05+living depended
310.05+deep end
310.05+Latin unda: wave
310.06on it) with a howdrocephalous enlargement, a gain control of
310.06+HCE (Motif: HCE)
310.06+hydrocephalus: water on the brain
310.06+gain control (Cluster: Radio)
310.07circumcentric megacycles, ranging from the antidulibnium onto
310.07+(radio waves around one hundred megacycles per second) (Cluster: Radio)
310.07+(dial ranges through history)
310.07+Libnius river (Liffey)
310.08the serostaatarean. They finally caused, or most leastways brung it
310.08+Latin sero: late
310.08+Irish Saorstát Éireann: Irish Free State
310.08+sorry state
310.08+German Staat: Dutch staat: state
310.08+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...caused, or...} | {Png: ...caused or...}
310.08+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 25: 'Everybody most, leastways women'
310.08+Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn 19: 'has brung'
310.08+Variants: {FnF, Vkg: 'it' on .08} | {Png: 'it' on .09}
310.09about somehows, (that) the pip of the lin (to) pinnatrate inthro
310.09+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...somehows, (that) the pip of the lin (to)...} | {Png: ...somehows that the pip of the lin to...}
310.09+pips (time signal on radio) (Cluster: Radio)
310.09+pipeline [.05]
310.09+pinna: external part of the ear (Cluster: Ear)
310.09+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation pinnatrate: penetrate
310.10an auricular forfickle (known as the Vakingfar sleeper, mono-
310.10+auricular: pertaining to the ear (Cluster: Ear)
310.10+earwig, Forficula auricularia (Cluster: Ear)
310.10+far-waking sleeper
310.10+Norwegian far: father
310.11fractured by Piaras UaRhuamhaighaudhlug, tympan founder,
310.11+Irish Piaras Ua Raghallaigh: Piers O'Reilly (Motif: Persse O'Reilly)
310.11+O'Reilly and Company: mantle manufacturers, 16 Eustace Street, Dublin
310.11+Irish ruamghail: rumbling
310.11+Colloquial lug: ear (Cluster: Ear)
310.11+tympanum: cavity of middle ear (Cluster: Ear)
310.11+Welsh tympan: drum, timbre
310.12Eustache Straight, Bauliaughacleeagh) a meatous conch culpable
310.12+Eustachian tube: passage from nasopharynx to ear (Cluster: Ear)
310.12+Irish Baile Atha Cliath: Dublin
310.12+external auditory meatus: passage from external part of ear to eardrum (Cluster: Ear)
310.12+conch: external part of the ear (Cluster: Ear)
310.13of cunduncing Naul and Santry and the forty routs of Corthy
310.13+condensing (Cluster: Radio)
310.13+conducting all and sundry
310.13+Naul: village north of Dublin
310.13+Nuel's spaces: fluid-filled spaces in the ear's organ of Corti (Cluster: Ear)
310.13+phrase all and sundry
310.13+Santry: district of Dublin
310.13+rods of Corti: elongated cells in the ear's organ of Corti (Cluster: Ear)
310.13+Enniscorthy, town, County Wexford
310.14with the concertiums of the Brythyc Symmonds Guild, the
310.14+Latin concerto: I dispute
310.14+Brython: a Briton of Wales, Cornwall or ancient Cumbria
310.14+Symmonds: variant of Simon (Hebrew 'he who hears'; Cluster: Ear)
310.15Ropemakers Reunion, the Variagated Peddlars Barringoy Bni-
310.15+VI.B.46.092ac (b): 'variag' (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.15+VI.B.46.088a-c (b): 'pedlar Varank barangoy' (middle word not crayoned) (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.15+Mawer: The Vikings 78: (of the word Varangian) 'From the Russ the word passed into the Slavonic language as variag, into the Greek as barangoi... and into the Arabic as varank... The word variag in Modern Kussian means a pedlar and bears witness to the strong commercial instincts of the Viking' (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.15+Russian Varyagi: Varangians, a Viking tribe that invaded what would become Russia in the 9th century (the name survives in Russian varyag: pedlar) (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.15+Virag: the original surname of Bloom's Jewish father in James Joyce: Ulysses
310.15+Hebrew bar: son
310.15+Hebrew goy: nation; a gentile
310.15+Hebrew ben berith: a son of covenant, Jew
310.15+B'nei B'rith: name of a Jewish association
310.16brthirhd, the Askold Olegsonder Crowds of the O'Keef-Rosses
310.16+VI.B.46.092u-w (b): 'Askold Diar Kiev' (middle word not crayoned; Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.16+Mawer: The Vikings 74: 'two of Rurik's followers, Askold (O.N. Höskuldr) and Dir (O.N. Dýri), setting out for Constantinople, halted at Kiev and there founded a kingdom, which in 882 was conquered by Rurik's successor Oleg (O.N. Helgi) and, as the mother of all Russian cities, became the capital of the Russian kingdom' (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.16+Askold: Russian man-of-war under command of Vice-Admiral Richard Pierse, anchored off Alexandria in 1914
310.16+ask old
310.16+VI.B.46.092z (b): 'olegsonder' (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.16+German Sonder-: special-
310.16+Kiev Rus: a loose nation of Viking and Slavic tribes united under the reign of the Rurik dynasty (9th-13th centuries), which at its peak extended from the Barents Sea to the Black Sea (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.16+O'Keefe: Recollections
310.16+VI.B.46.092y,aa (x): 'Russ = Scand / Roes Rhos' (last letter of 'Rhos' not clear; Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.16+Mawer: The Vikings 75: 'These 'Rus' or 'Rhos' soon came into relations, both of trade and war, with the Byzantine empire... The names of the signatories to these treaties are, on the side of the 'Rus' almost entirely of Scandinavian origin and may to some extent be shown to be of definitely Swedish provenance' (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.17and Rhosso-Keevers of Zastwoking, the Ligue of Yahooth o.s.v.
310.17+Italian rosso: red (the primary colour of the Soviet flag) [309.16]
310.17+Swiss German Russen Käfer: a species of cockroach (literally 'Russian beetle')
310.17+VI.B.46.092o (b): 'eastwaking' (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.17+Mawer: The Vikings 69: (of the Vikings) 'the Baltic was as familiar to them as the North Sea, to go 'east-viking' was almost as common as to go 'west-viking'' (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.17+Woking: town, Surrey
310.17+Henrik Ibsen: all plays: The League of Youth
310.17+Yahoos: a race of humanoid brutes in Swift: Gulliver's Travels
310.17+Danish o.s.v.: og saa videre: and so on
310.17+Order of Saint Vincent: Irish teaching fathers
310.18so as to lall the bygone dozed they arborised around, up his
310.18+big one
310.18+arborise: to make treelike
310.18+(the Varangians were known to travel along rivers in boats made of a single tree) (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.18+Saint Boris: an 11th century descendant of Rurik who was killed by his brother and later canonised (the first saint of Kiev Rus) (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.18+Boris Godunov: the first non-Rurik Tsar of Russia (in the late 16th century) (Cluster: Early Russian History)
310.19corpular fruent and down his reuctionary buckling, hummer,
310.19+Colloquial ruction: disturbance, quarrel
310.19+Motif: How Buckley shot the Russian General [.16-.17]
310.19+German Bückling: kipper
310.19+German Buckel: hump
310.19+HEC (Motif: HCE)
310.19+ossicles of the middle ear: hammer, anvil and stirrup (Cluster: Ear)
310.19+German Hummer: lobster
310.19+(the hammer (and sickle) is a symbol of Russian communism)
310.20enville and cstorrap (the man of Iren, thore's Curlymane for
310.20+Latin castor: beaver
310.20+Czar: alternative spelling of Tsar (of Russia)
310.20+Man Of Aran: a documentary film on life on the Aran Islands by Robert J. Flaherty (1934)
310.20+Iron Duke: epithet of Wellington
310.20+Anglo-Irish Erin: Ireland
310.20+Charlemagne declined a marriage with Empress Irene of Byzantium
310.20+Danish øre: ear (Cluster: Ear)
310.21you!), lill the lubberendth of his otological life.
310.21+kill the
310.21+labyrinth of the inner ear (Cluster: Ear)
310.21+latter end
310.21+otology: science of the ear (Cluster: Ear)
310.22     House of call is all their evenbreads though its cartomance
310.22+{{Synopsis: II.3.1C.A: [310.22-311.04]: the tavern — where the publican serves drinks to his customers}}
310.22+H...C...E (Motif: HCE)
310.22+(tavern, upon which the patrons call)
310.22+(mosque, from where the muezzin calls)
310.22+Slang house of call: lodging-place for tailors
310.22+German Himmelsbrot: manna (literally 'heavensbread')
310.22+C...H...E (Motif: HCE)
310.22+cartomancy: divination by playing cards
310.22+manse (i.e. house of cards)
310.23hallucinate like an erection in the night the mummery of whose
310.23+song The Memory of the Dead
310.24deed, a lur of Nur, immerges a mirage in a merror, for it is where
310.24+Koran 24:39: 'As for those who disbelieve, their deeds are like a mirage in the desert which the thirsty takes for water'
310.24+(Muslims do not drink alcohol)
310.24+Lur: tribe in West Iran
310.24+sura twenty-four of the Koran is entitled 'Nur' (Arabic nur: light)
310.24+Nur: region in North Iran
310.24+VI.B.45.105c (o): 'Jebel Nur (Mt of Light)'
310.24+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 42: 'not far from Meccah stands a high cone-shaped mountain. In the old days it was called Mount Hira, but its name was afterwards changed to Jebel Nur, or the Mountain of Light, for it was there that Mohammed first saw the light that was to lead his people into the way of truth'
310.25by muzzinmessed for one watthour, bilaws below, till time jings
310.25+VI.B.45.105i (o): 'Muezzin (crier) (Bila)'
310.25+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 48: 'Bilal afterwards became famous as the first muezzin; the muezzin is the crier who announces the hours of prayer from a mosque'
310.25+Nautical mizen-mast: the aftermost mast of a three-masted ship
310.25+watthour: work done by one watt in one hour
310.25+'Time, gents, please' (pub closing)
310.26pleas, that host of a bottlefilled, the bulkily hulkwight, hunter's
310.26+host (i.e. publican (*E*))
310.26+filled bottle [.34]
310.26+Polish bułki: rolls, buns (of bread)
310.26+hunters' pink: scarlet
310.27pink of face, an orel orioled, is in on a bout to be unbulging an
310.27+Czech orel: Russian oryol: eagle
310.27+French oreille: ear
310.27+Oriel: ancient principality northwest of Dublin
310.27+Oriole: American bird
310.27+Italian oriolo: clock
310.27+about to be unbottling
310.27+(drinking bout)
310.28o'connell's, the true one, all seethic, a luckybock, pledge of the
310.28+O'Connell's Ale from Phoenix Brewery, Dublin
310.28+VI.B.45.105h (o): 'Al Siddek (true)'
310.28+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 47: 'On account of his faithful and honest nature Abu Bakr was surnamed "Al Siddick," or "The True"'
310.28+ALP (Motif: ALP)
310.28+VI.B.45.107h (o): 'Alakabah (pledge of steep)'
310.28+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 73: 'the twelve men of Yathrib pleadged their faith to Islam... This was the First Pledge of Al-Akabah, or The Steep'
310.28+French bock: glass of beer
310.29stoup, whilom his canterberry bellseyes wink wickeding indtil
310.29+stoup: holy water basin
310.29+Archaic whilom: once upon a time
310.29+Canterbury bells (blue flower, hence blue eyes)
310.29+Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales [.30]
310.29+wick: corner of eye
310.29+(watching the till)
310.29+Danish indtil: until
310.30the teller, oyne of an oustman in skull of skand. Yet is it, this
310.30+Danish øyne: eyes
310.30+Ostmen: Viking invaders of Ireland and their settler descendants
310.30+Sheridan: School for Scandal
310.30+(yet the drink is...)
310.31ale of man, for him, our hubuljoynted, just a tug and a fistful as
310.31+Isle of Man
310.31+VI.B.45.104d (o): 'Hubal giant' [.33]
310.31+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 24: (of pre-Muslim idols in Meccah) 'One of the most honoured was Hubal, the gigantic figure of a man, carved in red stone, and holding in his hand seven wingless arrows'
310.31+Hubul: idol in ancient Mecca
310.31+VI.B.45.103d (o): 'Joynt' [.33]
310.31+Finn tore up in anger a great sod of turf from Ireland and threw it into the Irish Sea, thereby creating both Lough Neagh and the Isle of Man
310.32for Culsen, the Patagoreyan, chieftain of chokanchuckers and his
310.32+Finn was the son of Cool (Cumhal)
310.32+Patagonians (believed to be giants)
310.32+Gorey: town, County Wexford
310.32+chicken chokers
310.33moyety joyant, under the foamer dispensation when he pullupped
310.33+mighty giant [.31]
310.33+(pull plug out)
310.34the turfeycork by the greats of gobble out of Lougk Neagk.
310.34+cork [.26]
310.34+grace of God
310.34+(gobble up)
310.34+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Lougk...} | {Png: ...Lough...}
310.34+Lough Neagh
310.35When, pressures be to our hoary frother, the pop gave his sullen
310.35+praises be to our holy Father, the pope gave his solemn benediction
310.35+Latin frater: brother
310.35+Russian pop: orthodox priest
310.35+(cork pops out like bullet)
310.35+papal bull
310.36bulletaction and, bilge, sled a movement of catharic emulsipotion
310.36+(pours beer down side of tilted glass)
310.36+led a movement of Catholic Emancipation
310.36+Cathars: Albigensians, persecuted French sect (11th to 13th century)
310.36+cathartic emulsion (i.e. laxative)

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