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318.01cious memory and that proud grace to her, in gait a movely water,
318.01+lovely mover
318.02of smile a coolsome cup, with that rarefied air of a Montmalency
318.02+cool cup: a type of cooling beverage (composed of wine, water, lemon-peel, sugar and borage)
318.02+James Joyce: Ulysses.15.2228: 'My mother's sister married a Montmorency'
318.03and her quick little breaths and her climbing colour. Take thee
318.03+(climbing mountain)
318.04live will save thee wive? I'll think uplon, lilady. Should anerous
318.04+Greek anêr: man
318.04+Norwegian aner: forefathers
318.04+Greek anêros: grievous
318.04+onerous enterprise
318.05enthroproise call homovirtue, duinnafear! The ghem's to the
318.05+ECH (Motif: HCE)
318.05+Greek anthrôpos: man
318.05+Latin homo: man
318.05+Latin virtus: manliness; virtue
318.05+Irish duine: person
318.05+Scottish dinna: do not
318.05+Irish fear: man
318.05+(Indo-European root) khom, khem: man
318.06ghoom be she nere zo zma. Obsit nemon! Floodlift, her ancient
318.06+song 'Be it never so humble, There's no place like home'
318.06+Dutch zo: so
318.06+Latin obsitus: fastened up
318.06+Latin absit omen: may there be no ill omen!
318.06+James Joyce: Ulysses.9.236: 'absit nomen!'
318.06+Latin nemo: no man
318.06+Nemon: Celtic war-goddess
318.06+Daniel 7:13: 'The Ancient of Days' (God)
318.07of rights regaining, so yester yidd, even remembrance. And
318.08greater grown then in the trifle of her days, a mouse, a mere
318.09tittle, trots off with the whole panoromacron picture. Her young-
318.09+panorama: a huge painted landscape
318.09+Greek Artificial panoramamakron: all that which is seen in a long time
318.09+macron: line placed over and indicating a long vowel
318.09+German Jungfrau: maiden
318.10free yoke stilling his wandercursus, jilt the spin of a curl and jolt
318.10+Norwegian stilling: position
318.10+German stillen: to quench, to nurse
318.10+The Flying Dutchman is compelled to wander by a curse
318.10+Latin cursus: march, journey
318.10+Norwegian kursus: course
318.11the broadth of a buoy. The Annexandreian captive conquest.
318.11+Greek andreia: manliness
318.11+German drei: three
318.12Ethna Prettyplume, Hooghly Spaight. Him her first lap, her his
318.12+Ethna Carbery: 19th century nationalist and poet
318.12+Mount Etna: volcano
318.12+Dutch hoog: high
318.12+Hooghly river
318.12+Holy Spirit
318.12+German spät: late
318.12+spate in river
318.12+LAP (Motif: ALP)
318.13fast pal, for ditcher for plower, till deltas twoport. While this
318.13+PAL (Motif: ALP)
318.13+marriage ceremony: 'for richer, for poorer... till death us do part'
318.13+von Suppé: Dichter and Bauer (overture)
318.14glowworld's lump is gloaming off and han in hende will grow.
318.14+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song The Young May Moon: 'The glow-worm's lamp is gleaming, love'
318.14+Norwegian han i hende: he in her
318.14+Burns: John Anderson, My Jo: 'Now we maun totter down, John, But hand in hand we'll go' [.27]
318.14+German Hahn: cock
318.14+German Dialect Hendl: chicken, hen
318.15Through simpling years where the lowcasts have aten of amilikan
318.15+Joel 2:25: 'I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten'
318.15+Norwegian Aten: Athens
318.15+Atem: Egyptian god
318.15+Richard Millikin: early 19th century Irish-American songwriter
318.15+Alice Milligan: Irish poet
318.15+VI.B.45.109m (o): '...palm leaves dates, barley bread, milk honey' [005.20] [.15-.17]
318.15+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 96: 'The Prophet's bed was a leather mattress, stuffed with palm leaves, which was laid on the floor, and his food was usually dates and barley bread, and sometimes milk and honey were added as a luxury'
318.16honey and datish fruits and a bannock of barley on Tham the
318.16+Dialect bannock: a form of home-made bread
318.16+Irish bannóg: loaf
318.16+Thom the toucher [506.28]
318.16+song Phil the Fluter's Ball
318.17Thatcher's palm. O wanderness be wondernest and now! Listen-
318.17+Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam: 'and wilderness is paradise enow'
318.18eath to me, veils of Mina! He would withsay, nepertheloss, that
318.18+VI.B.45.107f (o): 'Vale of Mina'
318.18+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 71: (of pilgrims from Yathrib) 'the pilgrims met Mohammed in the Valley of Mina (close to Meccah)'
318.19is too me mean. I oldways did me walsh and preechup ere we set
318.19+to me man
318.19+to my mind
318.19+William Walsh: Archbishop of Dublin from 1885 to 1921 (including during the Parnell adultery scandal)
318.19+VI.B.45.106d (o): 'wash before dinner'
318.19+wash and brush up
318.20to sope and fash. Now eats the vintner over these contents oft
318.20+Slang soup and fish: full evening dress
318.20+fash: weary oneself
318.20+William Shakespeare: King Richard III I.1.1: 'Now is the winter of our discontent' [319.20]
318.21with his sad slow munch for backonham. Yet never shet it the
318.21+so much for Buckingham (beheaded in William Shakespeare: King Richard III)
318.21+theory of Bacon writing Shakespeare's plays [.20]
318.22brood of aurowoch, not for legions of donours of Gamuels. I
318.22+Dutch brood: bread
318.22+aurochs: extinct species of wild ox
318.22+Legion of Honour (created by Napoleon)
318.22+Norwegian gammel: old
318.22+Budge: The Book of the Dead ch. CXXV: 'I live upon right and truth... I have performed the commandments of men... be ye then my protectors'
318.23have performed the law in truth for the lord of the law, Taif
318.23+VI.B.45.107a (o): 'Taif 2nd city'
318.23+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 67: 'Mohammed was leaving his native town... The first forty miles of the road from Meccah to Taif lie along barren and rocky valleys'
318.23+Motif: Fiat-Fuit (Latin fiat: let it be, so be it)
318.23+Hebrew tav, aleph: last and first letters of the alphabet
318.24Alif. I have held out my hand for the holder of my heart in Anna-
318.24+Arabic alif: the letter A (ox)
318.24+Annapolis: United States town with Naval Academy
318.24+(city of Anna)
318.25polis, my youthrib city. Be ye then my protectors unto Mussa-
318.25+VI.B.45.107g (o): 'Yathrib city'
318.25+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 71: 'The fame of the Prophet who had so disturbed the peace of Meccah had been carried to Yathrib by the caravans that halted there on their way to Syria... the pilgrims... told the prophet that they could not invite him to come to their city, as, owing to constant feuds between the tribes, they would be unable to protect him' (Yathrib, to which Mohammed fled, was later renamed Medina)
318.25+rib (Eve from Adam's)
318.26botomia before the guards of the city. Theirs theres is a gentle-
318.26+proverb Fair's fair
318.26+gently meant
318.27meants agreement. Womensch plodge. To slope through heather
318.27+VI.B.45.107i (o): 'women's pledge'
318.27+Holland: The Story of Mohammed 73: 'the twelve men of Yathrib pleadged their faith to Islam... It was afterwards called the "Women's Pledge," because there was no mention of fighting for the cause, and the profession of faith was the same as that made by women on joining Islam'
318.27+German Mensch: person
318.27+Burns: John Anderson, My Jo: 'And sleep thegither at the foot, John Anderson, my jo' [.14]
318.28till the foot. Join Andersoon and Co. If the flowers of speech
318.29valed the springs of me rising the hiker I hilltapped the murk I
318.29+the higher I hilltopped the more I missed
318.30mist my blezzard way. Not a knocker on his head nor a nick-
318.30+blessed way
318.31number on the manyoumeant. With that coldtbrundt natteldster
318.31+cold front
318.31+Colbrand: legendary Danish giant (killed by Guy of Warwick, a legendary English knight)
318.31+Norwegian koldbrann: gangrene
318.31+Norwegian brun: brown
318.31+Norwegian natt: night
318.31+Norwegian eldste: oldest
318.31+Dutch ster: star
318.32wefting stinks from Alpyssinia, wooving nihilnulls from Memo-
318.32+warp... woof
318.32+source of Nile in Abyssinia
318.32+Latin nihil: nothing
318.33land and wolving the ulvertones of the voice. But his spectrem
318.33+Norwegian ulv: wolf
318.33+Ulverton Road, Dalkey
318.33+Wolfe Tone: hero of the Irish rebellion of 1798
318.34onlymergeant crested from the irised sea in plight, calvitousness,
318.34+Iris: Greek rainbow-goddess
318.34+iris (of the eye)
318.34+Irish Sea
318.34+seven deadly sins: pride, covetousness, lust, anger, gluttony, envy and sloth (imitating Motif: 7 colours of rainbow [.34-.35])
318.34+calvity: baldness
318.35loss, nngnr, gliddinyss, unwill and snorth. It might have been
318.36what you call your change of my life but there's the chance of a

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