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357.01iennes and our findest grobsmid among all their orefices, (and,
357.01+finest
357.01+German Grobschmied: blacksmith
357.01+Dutch smid: smith
357.01+Italian orefice: goldsmith
357.01+orifices
357.02shukar in chowdar, so splunderdly English!) Mr Aubeyron
357.02+Persian shukr-i-khuda: thank God!, thanks be to God
357.02+sugar
357.02+chowder: fish soup
357.02+splendidly
357.02+Oberon
357.02+Aubrey Beardsley: 19th century provocative illustrator (e.g. for Oscar Wilde's Salome and Aristophanes's Lysistrata) [.06] [.07]
357.02+Turkish bey: Mr
357.03Birdslay. Chubgoodchob, arsoncheep and wellwillworth a triat!
357.03+Persian khub: good (adjective)
357.03+Persian arzan: cheap
357.03+cheap
357.03+Woolworth's
357.03+well worth a trial
357.03+tryout
357.03+read
357.04Bismillafoulties. But the hasard you asks is justly ever behind his
357.04+Arabic Bismillah: In the name of Allah (the opening word of almost all the suras of the Koran)
357.04+Bushmills whiskey
357.04+Irish míle fáilte: thousand welcomes
357.04+French hasard: chance (Mallarmé: Un Coup de Dés [.15])
357.04+Persian hazaruyak: 1001 (The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night)
357.04+Persian hasad: envy
357.05meddle throw! Those sad pour sad forengistanters, dastychappy
357.05+(throw of dice)
357.05+Persian sad: one hundred
357.05+French cent pour cent: one hundred percent
357.05+foreigners
357.05+Persian farangistan: Europe
357.05+Persian dast-i-chap: on the left (Motif: left/right [.06])
357.06dustyrust! Chaichairs. It is that something, awe, aurorbean in that
357.06+Burial of the Dead: 'ashes to ashes, dust to dust'
357.06+Persian dast-i-rast: on the right [.05]
357.06+Persian khair: good
357.06+aurorean
357.06+Aubrey [.02]
357.06+Arabian
357.06+European
357.07fellow, hamid and damid, (did he have but Hugh de Brassey's
357.07+Persian hamd: glory, praise (of God)
357.07+Persian damida: blown
357.07+damn it
357.07+Hugh de Lacy [388.33]
357.07+Hudibras's beard (described in detail in Samuel Butler's poem Hudibras)
357.07+Aubrey Beardsley [.02]
357.08beardslie his wear mine of ancient guised) which comequeers this
357.08+German Wehrmann: soldier
357.08+women
357.08+vermin
357.08+Greece
357.08+conquers
357.09anywhat perssian which we, owe, realisinus with purups a dard
357.09+Motif: Persse O'Reilly
357.09+German Realismus: realism
357.09+realise in us with perhaps a dart of pain
357.09+Persian dard: pain
357.09+Slang dard: penis
357.10of pene. There is among others pleasons whom I love and which
357.10+Italian pene: penis
357.10+pleasures
357.10+persons
357.10+sons
357.11are favourests to mind, one which I have pushed my finker in for
357.11+favourites of mine
357.11+finger
357.12the movement and, but for my sealring is none to hand I swear,
357.12+moment
357.13she is highly catatheristic and there is another which I have
357.13+catatonic
357.13+catheter
357.13+cathartic
357.13+characteristic
357.14fombly fongered freequuntly and, when my signet is on sign
357.14+fondly fingered frequently
357.14+Slang cunt: female genitalia
357.14+signet ring
357.15again I swear, she is deeply sangnificant. Culpo de Dido! Ars we
357.15+(menstruation)
357.15+French sang: blood
357.15+significant
357.15+Latin culpa: sin, fault
357.15+Italian colpo: blow, hit
357.15+Italian Corpo di Dio! (oath)
357.15+Mallarmé: Un Coup de Dés [.04]
357.15+Dido, queen of Carthage
357.15+Latin ars: art, skill
357.15+as
357.16say in the classies. Kunstful, we others said. What ravening shadow!
357.16+classics
357.16+German Kunst: art, skill
357.16+German kunstvoll: ingenious, artistic
357.16+Slang cunt: female genitalia
357.16+German wie: as
357.16+Motif: dove/raven [.17] [358.04-.05] [365.23]
357.16+ravishing
357.17What dovely line! Not the king of this age could richlier eyefeast
357.17+lovely
357.17+light
357.17+(more richly feast his eye)
357.17+Motif: ear/eye (eye, ear)
357.18in oreillental longuardness with alternate nightjoys of a thousand
357.18+French oreille: ear
357.18+O'Reilly (Motif: Persse O'Reilly)
357.18+oriental languidness
357.18+French longueur: length; slowness
357.18+1001 nights (The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night)
357.19kinds but one kind. A shahrryar cobbler on me when I am lying!
357.19+German Kind: child
357.19+Shahryar: the king to whom the tales of The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night were told
357.19+sherry-cobbler: a drink
357.19+German wenn: if
357.20And whilst (when I doot my sliding panel and I hear cawcaw) I
357.20+song I Lift up My Finger and I Say Tweet Tweet [358.01]
357.20+Madame Blavatsky used a hidden sliding panel to perform some of her 'miracles'
357.20+hear (Motif: ear/eye) [358.01]
357.20+raven's 'caw' (Motif: dove/raven) [358.01]
357.21have been idylly turmbing over the loose looves leaflefts jaggled
357.21+idly thumbing
357.21+turning over
357.21+love leaflets
357.21+leaves left
357.22casuallty on the lamatory, as is my this is, as I must commit
357.22+casually
357.22+Latin lama: bog (Slang bog: latrine)
357.22+lavatory (James Joyce: Ulysses.4.500: Bloom reading in jakes)
357.22+thesis [356.30]
357.23my lips to make misface for misfortune, often, so far as I can
357.23+nursery rhyme Where Are You Going, My Pretty Maid?: 'My face is my fortune, sir, she said'
357.24chance to recollect from the some farnights ago, (so dimsweet is
357.24+fart
357.24+fortnights
357.25that selvischdischdienence of to not to be able to be obliged to
357.25+Dutch visch: fish
357.25+Dutch disch: dining table
357.25+German ich dien: I serve (motto of Prince of Wales)
357.25+Dutch dienen: to serve
357.26have to hold further anything than a stone his throw's fruit's
357.26+(remember)
357.26+stone's throw
357.26+The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, vol. I, 24: The Tale of the Trader and the Jinni: tells of a trader eating dates and throwing their stones away, when a jinni appeared to kill him for accidentally slaying the jinni's son with one of the stones (a similar version is mentioned in Samuel Taylor Coleridge: other works: Table Talk, 31 May 1830)
357.27fall!) when I, if you wil excuse for me this informal leading down
357.27+will excuse me for
357.27+letting down the trousers
357.28of illexpressibles, enlivened toward the Author of Nature by the
357.28+
357.29natural sins liggen gobelimned theirs before me, (how differen-
357.29+(erotic drawings on a tapestry)
357.29+Dutch liggen: to lie
357.29+Danish liggende gobelined: lying tapestried
357.29+Gobelin tapestries
357.29+limned there
357.29+H...EC (Motif: HCE)
357.30ded with the manmade Eonochs Cunstuntonopolies!), weather-
357.30+eunuchs
357.30+Enoch: city built by Cain, named after his eldest son (Genesis 4:17)
357.30+Constantinople
357.30+German Kunst: art
357.31ed they be of a general golf stature, assasserted, or blossomly
357.31+General Hugh Gough's statue in Phoenix Park
357.31+James Joyce: Ulysses.15.795: 'General Gough in the park'
357.31+as asserted
357.31+assassinated
357.31+German bloß: naked [.33]
357.31+possibly
357.32emblushing thems elves underneed of some howthern folleys,
357.32+ambush
357.32+themselves
357.32+underneath
357.32+Howth
357.32+Hawthorn Glen: Furry Glen, Phoenix Park
357.32+French feuilles: leaves
357.33am entrenched up contemplating of myself, wiz my naked I, for
357.33+with
357.33+naked eye
357.34relieving purposes in our trurally virvir vergitabale (garden) I
357.34+reliving
357.34+truly
357.34+rurally
357.34+(Motif: stuttering)
357.34+Latin vir: man
357.34+French Slang verge: penis
357.34+vegetable
357.35sometimes, maybe, what has justly said of old Flannagan, a wake
357.35+Finnegan
357.35+week
357.36from this or huntsfurwards, with some shock (shell I so render
357.36+henceforwards
357.36+shell shock
357.36+shall
357.36+surrender


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