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336.01pious!). And it was cyclums cyclorums after he made design on
336.01+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...pious!). And...} | {Png: ...pious!) And...}
336.01+Latin in sæcula sæculorum: for ever and ever
336.01+the sign of the cross
336.02the corse and he want to mess on him (enterellbo add all taller
336.02+went to Mass
336.02+army mess
336.02+Kierkegaard: Enten-Eller
336.02+Latin Introibo ad altare Dei: I will go unto the altar of God (the Mass; James Joyce: Ulysses.1.5)
336.02+Danish at alle taler Dansk: that everybody speaks Danish
336.03Danis), back, seater and sides, and he applied (I'm amazingly
336.03+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...sides, and...} | {Png: ...sides and...}
336.03+James Joyce: Ulysses.14.1463: 'Rugger... You hurt? Most amazingly sorry!'
336.04sorracer!) the wholed bould shoulderedboy's width for fullness,
336.04+old bold soldier
336.04+song The Bowld Sojer Boy
336.04+shoulder width
336.05measures for messieurs, messer's massed, (they were saycalling
336.05+William Shakespeare: Measure for Measure
336.05+French messieurs: gentlemen
336.05+German Messer: knife
336.05+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation say: sea
336.06again and agone and all over agun, the louthly meathers, the
336.06+County Louth
336.06+County Meath
336.07loudly meaders, the lously measlers, six to one, bar ones).
336.08     And they pled him beheighten the firing. Dope.
336.08+Motif: And They Put/Piled Him Behind in/on the Fire/Pyre/Oasthouse/Outhouse
336.08+German (be)heizen: to heat, to fire
336.08+(hurry the story)
336.08+eight, ten
336.08+Motif: Tip
336.09     Maltomeetim, alltomatetam, when a tale tarries shome shunter
336.09+Motif: Tom/Tim
336.09+nursery rhyme Needles and Pins: 'Needles and pins, needles and pins, When a man marries his trouble begins'
336.09+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation shome: some
336.09+Motif: Shem/Shaun
336.10shove on. Fore auld they wauld to pree.
336.10+for all the world to see
336.11     Pray.
336.12     Of this Mr A (tillalaric) and these wasch woman (dapple-
336.12+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...Mr A...} | {Png: ...Mr. A...}
336.12+(*E* and *A*)
336.12+Alaric: first Teutonic leader to conquer Rome
336.12+German waschen: to wash
336.12+W as in wash
336.13hued), fhronehflord and feeofeeds, who had insue keen and able
336.13+German Fronherr: feudal lord
336.13+German frönen: to drudge, to toil
336.13+feoffee: one who holds land
336.13+had issue
336.13+Archaic insue: ensue
336.13+Motif: Cain/Abel
336.14and a spindlesong aside, nothing more is told until now, his
336.14+Senta sings a spinning song in Wagner's The Flying Dutchman
336.14+spindle side: female line of descent
336.15awebrume hour, her sere Sahara of sad oakleaves. And then. Be
336.15+Abraham and Sarah
336.15+brume: fog
336.16old. The next thing is. We are once amore as babes awondering
336.16+Italian amore: love
336.16+pantomime Babes in the Wood
336.17in a wold made fresh where with the hen in the storyaboot we
336.17+John 1:14: 'the Word was made flesh'
336.17+German Wald: forest, wood
336.17+phrase make a fresh start [.18]
336.17+story book
336.18start from scratch.
336.18+phrase start from scratch
336.18+(the hen scratching the letter) [111.05-.09]
336.19     So the truce, the old truce and nattonbuff the truce, boys.
336.19+'the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth' (legal oath)
336.19+Motif: Butt/Taff (merged)
336.20Drouth is stronger than faction. Slant. Shinshin. Shinshin.
336.20+Archaic drouth: drought
336.20+proverb Truth is stranger than fiction
336.20+Irish sláinte: health (toast)
336.20+Japanese shin: truth
336.20+Anglo-Irish phrase shin shin: there there
336.20+chin-chin (toast)
336.21    — It was of The Grant, old gartener, qua golden meddlist,
336.21+Ulysses S. Grant led Federal army in American Civil War
336.21+grand old gardener [030.13] [337.01]
336.21+Grand Old Man [.34] [337.01]
336.21+German Garten: garden
336.21+Latin qua: in so far
336.21+gold medallist
336.21+golden mean
336.21+medlar: apple-like fruit (i.e. golden apples [.27])
336.22Publius Manlius, fuderal private, (his place is his poster, sure, they
336.22+public man
336.22+T. Manlius Torquatus: Roman consul who condemned his own son to death
336.22+nursery rhyme Where Are You Going, My Pretty Maid?: 'My face is my fortune, sir, she said'
336.23said, and we're going to mark it, sore, they said, with a carbon
336.23+nursery rhyme Where Are You Going, My Pretty Maid?: 'I'm going to market, sir, she said'
336.24caustick manner) bequother the liberaloider at his petty corpore-
336.24+The Liberator: an epithet of Daniel O'Connell, famous 19th century Irish politician
336.24+Liberal leader (Gladstone)
336.24+Italian peto: farting, flatulence
336.24+Le Petit Corporal: a cigarette brand (also Napoleon's nickname)
336.25lezzo that hung caughtnapping from his baited breath, it was of
336.25+Italian lezzo: stink
336.25+phrase bated breath: subdued breathing (in anticipation, excitement, etc.)
336.26him, my wife and I thinks, to feel to every of the younging fruits,
336.26+German Jungfrau: virgin
336.27tenderosed like an atalantic's breastswells or, on a second wreath-
336.27+Spanish tendero: shopkeeper
336.27+Atalanta (running and golden apples [.21])
336.27+Atlantic swell
336.28ing, a bright tauth bight shimmeryshaking for the welt of his
336.28+bight: a curve or bend (in human body, rope, geographical feature, etc.)
336.28+shimmy shake (dance)
336.28+German Welt: world
336.28+phrase sweat of his brow (from Genesis 3:19)
336.29plow. And where the peckadillies at his wristsends meetings be
336.29+VI.C.6.041g (b): 'pickadillies = ruffs'
336.29+The Encyclopædia Britannica vol. XVI, 'London', 943c: 'The derivation commonly accepted for Piccadilly is from pickadil, a stiff collar or hem in fashion in the early part of the 17th century'
336.29+wit's end
336.29+West End
336.30loving so lightly dovessoild the candidacy, me wipin eye sinks,
336.30+Slang soiled dove: prostitute
336.30+Latin candidatus: clothed in white
336.30+my wife and I thinks
336.31of his softboiled bosom should be apparient even to our illicterate
336.31+softboiled egg
336.31+boiled shirt: a dress shirt
336.31+(Motif: lactating male)
336.31+aperient: laxative
336.32of nullatinenties.
336.32+Italian nullatenenti: have-nots
336.32+(with no Latin)
336.33     All to which not a lot snapped The Nolan of the Calabashes
336.33+snap (photograph)
336.33+McIntyre: Giordano Bruno refers repeatedly to Giordano Bruno (of Nola) as 'the Nolan' (Motif: Browne/Nolan) [.35]
336.33+calabash: type of gourd
336.34at his whilom eweheart photognomist who by this sum taken
336.34+Archaic whilom: once upon a time
336.34+William Ewart Gladstone (the epithet 'Grand Old Man' was applied to him) [.21] [337.01]
336.34+Greek phôtognômos: one who knows light
336.34+by the same token
336.35was as much incensed by Saint Bruno as that what he had con-
336.35+Saint Bruno founded Carthusian monks
336.35+Saint Bruno pipe tobacco
336.35+Giordano Bruno [.33]
336.36summed was his own panegoric, and wot a lout about it if it was
336.36+Archaic wot: know
336.36+what a lot

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