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352.01(ye olde cottemptable!), his urssian gemenal, in his scutt's rudes
352.01+Old Contemptibles: British Expeditionary Force, 1914-18
352.01+Latin ursus: bear
352.01+Ossian, Finn's son
352.01+Russian General
352.01+Latin gemini: twins
352.01+Scott's Road, Shanghai, brothel area [351.29] [351.32]
352.01+Scots red
352.02unreformed and he went before him in that nemcon enchelonce
352.02+uniform
352.02+Comyn: The Youthful Exploits of Fionn 37: (of Finn) '(Fionn) takes leave then of Lochan, and went before him (goes his way)'
352.02+Russian nemtsy: the Germans
352.02+nem. con.: no one opposing
352.02+nonchalance
352.02+echelon: formation of troops in staggered parallel divisions
352.03with the same old domstoole story and his upleave the fallener
352.03+Danish domstole: courts of justice
352.03+Tom Fool story
352.03+stool
352.03+uplift
352.03+apple
352.03+fallen woman: prostitute
352.04as is greatly to be petted (whitesides do his beard!) and I seen his
352.04+Slang petted: (of a whore) reserved by a pimp for private satisfaction
352.04+pitied
352.04+[.32]
352.04+James Whiteside defended O'Connell and O'Brien
352.05brichashert offensive and his boortholomas vadnhammaggs vise
352.05+Czech brich: belly, abdomen
352.05+Britishers
352.05+breeches
352.05+ricochet
352.05+shirt
352.05+Bartholomew Vanhomrigh: father of Swift's Vanessa and Lord-Mayor of Dublin
352.05+Finnish vanhemmat: parents
352.05+ham and eggs
352.05+French vis-à-vis: opposite, towards
352.06a vise them scharlot runners and how they gave love to him
352.06+General Scarlett (Crimea)
352.06+scarlet runner (beans)
352.06+harlot
352.06+Slang runner: brothel tout in Egypt
352.06+Comyn: The Youthful Exploits of Fionn 36: (of Cruithne and Finn) 'she gave love to the youth'
352.07and how he took the ward from us (odious the fly fly flurtation
352.07+word
352.08of his him and hers! Just mairmaid maddeling it was it he was!)
352.08+mermaid
352.08+Maid Marian: Robin Hood's sweetheart
352.08+Slang Maid Marian: whore
352.08+maddening
352.09and, my oreland for a rolvever, sord, by the splunthers of colt
352.09+William Shakespeare: King Richard III V.5.7: 'my kingdom for a horse'
352.09+phrase a Roland for an Oliver: a blow for a blow, tit for tat
352.09+revolver
352.09+splendour of God
352.09+splinters of Cork [009.23]
352.09+Colt revolver
352.10and bung goes the enemay the Percy rally got me, messger, (as
352.10+Slang bung: anus
352.10+how goes the enemy?: what time is it?
352.10+enema
352.10+Percy Wyndham Lewis: The Enemy [.14]
352.10+Motif: Persse O'Reilly
352.10+messenger
352.10+French monsieur: sir, gentleman
352.11true as theirs an Almagnian Gothabobus!) to blow the grand off
352.11+Bog Latin almaig: night
352.11+French Allemagne: Germany
352.11+Armenian
352.11+Almanac de Gotha (record of European noble families)
352.11+Almighty God above us
352.11+Goth
352.11+Motif: Ondt/Gracehoper
352.12his aceupper. Thistake it's meest! And after meath the dulwich.
352.12+this take (time)
352.12+Louis XIV: French phrase 'L'État, c'est moi': 'The State, it's me'
352.12+Dutch meest: most
352.12+Madame de Pompadour, mistress of Louis XV: French phrase 'Après nous, le deluge': 'After us, the deluge'
352.12+phrase grace after meat
352.12+me
352.12+County Meath
352.12+Dulwich: an area of south London
352.13We insurrectioned and, be the procuratress of the hory synnotts,
352.13+Slang procuress: woman who procures girls for brothel
352.13+Procurator of the Holy Synod
352.13+hoary sinners
352.13+Alfred Percy Sinnett: recipient of Blavatsky's Mahatma Letters, and author of Life of Madame Blavatsky
352.14before he could tell pullyirragun to parrylewis, I shuttm, missus,
352.14+Russian pulya: bullet
352.14+Greek polyergon: elaborate thing
352.14+Russian poligon: shooting ground
352.14+gun
352.14+paralysis
352.14+Percy Wyndham Lewis [.10]
352.14+Lewis machine gun
352.14+I shot him
352.14+shut (door)
352.15like a wide sleever! Hump to dump! Tumbleheaver!
352.15+Raglan coat has wide sleeves (Lord Raglan, Crimea)
352.15+white slaver
352.15+nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty
352.15+I'm believer
352.15+unbeliever
352.16     TAFF (camelsensing that sonce they have given bron a nuhlan
352.16+{{Synopsis: II.3.4.J: [352.16-353.21]: Butt and Taff are furious at the General — an insult to Ireland}}
352.16+common sense
352.16+since
352.16+(given him a gun)
352.16+Polish broń: weapon, gun, arms
352.16+Dutch bron: well (sb.)
352.16+Russian bronya: armour
352.16+Motif: Browne/Nolan
352.16+Polish ułan: uhlan, lancer, light cavalryman
352.17the volkar boastsung is heading to sea vermelhion but too wellbred
352.17+song The Volga Boat Song
352.17+Russian volk: wolf
352.17+boasting
352.17+Vermilion Sea: old name for Gulf of California
352.17+phrase to see red
352.17+Portuguese vermelho: red
352.18not to ignore the umzemlianess of his rifal's preceedings, in an effort
352.18+unseemliness
352.18+Russian zemlya: land, earth (i.e. unearthliness)
352.18+rifle
352.18+rival's
352.18+proceedings
352.19towards autosotorisation, effaces himself in favour of the idiology
352.19+Greek autosôtêr: self-saver
352.19+authorisation
352.19+ideology
352.20alwise behounding his lumpy hump off homosodalism which means
352.20+behind
352.20+nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty
352.20+of
352.20+homosexuality
352.20+sodality
352.21that if he has lain amain to lolly his liking-cabronne! -he may pops
352.21+song Lullay Mine Liking
352.21+Irish Sinn Féin Amháin: Ourselves Alone (Irish nationalist slogan; Motif: Sinn Féin)
352.21+Spanish cabron: he-goat, cuckold
352.21+General Cambronne (said to have shouted 'merde' at the battle of Waterloo) [009.27]
352.21+French comprends?: understand?
352.21+perhaps
352.22lilly a young one to his herth - combrune -) Oholy rasher, I'm be-
352.22+Holy Russia
352.22+Bulgarian razh: rye
352.22+rasher of bacon
352.23liever! And Oho bullyclaver of ye, bragadore-gunneral! The
352.23+Balaclava
352.23+very clever
352.23+Russian braga: kind of beer, home-brewed beer
352.23+brigadier-general
352.24grand ohold spider! It is a name to call to him Umsturdum Vonn!
352.24+Parnell called Gladstone a 'Grand Old Spider' (after Grand Old Man: an epithet applied to Gladstone by his supporters)
352.24+German hold: lovely
352.24+Comyn: The Youthful Exploits of Fionn 31: (of Finn) 'It is a name for Deimne, Fionn, like that (Deimne shall be called Fionn, fair, on that account)'
352.24+Amsterdam
352.25Ah, you were shutter reshottus and sieger besieged. Aha race of
352.25+Carlyle: Sartor Resartus
352.25+German Sieger besiegt: victor conquered
352.25+Motif: A/O [.29]
352.25+a race of merchants
352.26fiercemarchands counterination oho of shorpshoopers.
352.26+fieldmarshals
352.26+fishmongers counter a
352.26+French marchand: shopkeeper
352.26+'nation of shopkeepers' (Napoleon of English)
352.26+sharpshooters
352.27     BUTT (miraculising into the Dann Deafir warcry, his bigotes
352.27+Rudyard Kipling: Danny Deever (a ballad about a British soldier hanged for murder in India)
352.27+Irish déan deifir: make haste
352.27+Portuguese bigodes: mustaches
352.28bristling, as, jittinju triggity shittery pet, he shouts his thump and
352.28+Bulgarian tri, chetiri, pet: three, four, five
352.28+shoves his thumb and four fingers up the hole of his arse [612.34-.35] [617.02-.03]
352.29feeh fauh foul finngures up the heighohs of their ahs!) Bluddy-
352.29+Motif: Fee faw fum
352.29+three four five
352.29+Motif: A/O [.25]
352.29+hee-haw (ass)
352.29+ass
352.29+bloody
352.30muddymuzzle! The buckbeshottered! He'll umbozzle no more
352.30+buckshot
352.30+unbottle
352.30+embezzle
352.31graves nor horne nor haunder, lou garou, for gayl geselles in
352.31+Graves wine
352.31+song John Peel: 'his hounds and his horn'
352.31+Hound and Horn, magazine
352.31+(hunt)
352.31+French loup garou: werewolf
352.31+gay
352.31+Armenian kayl: wolf
352.31+Gisela: daughter of Charles the Simple; given to Rolf Ganger
352.31+German Geselle: companion, journeyman
352.31+gazelles
352.32dead men's hills! Kaptan (backsights to his bared!), His Cum-
352.32+Le Mort Homme, Dead Man's Hill, north of Verdun (World War I)
352.32+Turkish kaptan: captain
352.32+[.04]
352.32+backside
352.32+black
352.32+Anglo-Irish phrase bad cess to him: bad luck to him
352.32+beard
352.32+HCE (Motif: HCE)
352.33bulent Embulence, the frustate fourstar Russkakruscam, Dom
352.33+frustrated
352.33+Free State (Irish, 1920s)
352.33+first rate
352.33+four-star general (United States army)
352.33+Russian General
352.33+Rosicrucian: a member of an alleged secret society whose members supposedly practised magic and alchemy
352.33+Portuguese Dom: Sir
352.33+Daniel O'Connell, commander-in-chief
352.34Allaf O'Khorwan, connundurumchuff.
352.34+Hebrew aleph (name of letter)
352.34+Koran
352.34+Polish kurwa: whore
352.34+conundrum
352.34+Chuff
352.35     TAFF (who, asbestas can, wiz the healps of gosh and his bluzzid
352.35+asbestos
352.35+as best as he can with the help of God and His blessed mother
352.35+Basque besta: fiesta
352.35+Bulgarian blazhen: blessed
352.36maikar, has been sulphuring to himsalves all the pungataries
352.36+Bulgarian maika: mother
352.36+maker
352.36+sulphur (in hell)
352.36+suffering to himself
352.36+save
352.36+Italian punga: fight
352.36+purgatories
352.36+Saint Patrick's Purgatory: a small cave on an island in Lough Derg, said to have been revealed to Saint Patrick as an entrance to purgatory (a major pilgrimage site since at least the 12th century and possibly much earlier)


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