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358.01it?) have (when I ope my shylight window and I see coocoo) a
358.01+song I Lift up My Finger and I Say Tweet Tweet [357.20]
358.01+Genesis 8:6: 'Noah opened the window of the ark'
358.01+see [357.20]
358.01+dove's 'coo' [357.20]
358.02notion quiet involuptary of that I am cadging hapsnots as at
358.02+quite involuntary
358.02+watching snapshots
358.03murmurrandoms of distend renations from ficsimilar phases or
358.03+Latin murmurandum: (something) to be murmured
358.03+memoranda of distant relations
358.03+familiar faces
358.04dugouts in the behindscenes of our earthwork (what rovining
358.04+Motif: dove/raven [.05] [357.16-.17] [365.23]
358.05shudder! what deadly loom!) as this is, at no spatial time pro-
358.05+lovely line
358.05+Motif: time/space
358.06cessly which regards to concrude chronology about which in
358.06+Cruden's Biblical Concordance
358.07fact, at spite of I having belittled myself to my gay giftname of
358.07+in spite
358.07+(name 'Earwicker' was a gift associated with earwig insects [031.28])
358.08insectarian, happy burgages abeyance would make homesweets-
358.08+Latin Obedientia Civium Urbis Felicitas: Citizens' Obedience is City's Happiness (Motif: Obedientia Civium Urbis Felicitas (Dublin motto))
358.08+Burgage: old name of Blessington, County Wicklow
358.08+burgage: a freehold property
358.08+song Home Sweet Home
358.09town hopeygoalucrey, my mottu propprior, as I claim, cad's
358.09+hope, goal, lucre
358.09+Latin motu proprio: 'of my own accord' (document issued by pope, without cardinals' advice)
358.09+God's truth
358.10truck, I coined, I am highly pelaged and deeply gluttened to
358.10+Pelagius: heretic, perhaps Irish; believed in free will [358.36-359.20]
358.10+German Glut: fire, ardour
358.10+gluteus maximus: one of the large muscles forming the buttock
358.11mind hindmost hearts to see by their loudest reports from my
358.11+my hindmost parts
358.12threespawn bottery parts (shsh!) that, colombophile and corvino-
358.12+Christopher Columbus
358.12+Latin columbus, corvinus: dove, raven (Motif: dove/raven)
358.12+Greek -philos: -lover
358.13phobe alike, when I have remassed me, my travellingself, as from
358.13+Greek -phobos: -fearer
358.13+French se ramasser: to collect oneself
358.14Magellanic clouds, after my contractual expenditures, through
358.14+Magellan, traveller
358.14+Magellanic clouds: two spots formed by nebulae and starclusters, visible in Southern hemisphere
358.15the perofficies of merelimb, I, my good grief, I am, I am big
358.15+Prophecies of Merlin, by Geoffrey of Monmouth
358.15+Exodus 3:14: 'I AM THAT I AM'
358.17     He beached the bark of his tale; and set to husband and vine:
358.17+{{Synopsis: II.3.6.C: [358.17-359.20]: the customers rise against him — accusing him of heresy}}
358.17+(reached the end)
358.17+husband (cultivate) the vine
358.18and the harpermaster told all the living conservancy, know
358.18+Tristan was master of harping
358.18+in Henrik Ibsen: all plays: The Master Builder, Hilda says upon Solness's fall to his death that she heard harps in the air
358.18+harbour master
358.18+Harbour Conservancy Board
358.19Meschiameschianah, how that win a gain was in again. Flying
358.19+Meschia and Meschiane: the first man and woman in Persian mythology
358.19+Irish meiseamhnacht: judgement
358.20the Perseoroyal. Withal aboarder, padar and madar, hal and sal,
358.20+French Perse: Persia
358.20+Motif: Persse O'Reilly
358.20+with all aboard (ship)
358.20+Persian biradar: brother
358.20+Persian padar: father
358.20+Persian madar: mother
358.20+Greek hals: Latin sal: salt
358.21the sens of Ere with the duchtars of Iran. Amick amack amock in
358.21+Genesis 6:2: 'the sons of God saw the daughters of men'
358.21+Irish Éire: Anglo-Irish Erin: Ireland
358.21+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song We May Roam through This World: 'the daughters of Erin' (the song is sometimes called 'The Daughters of Erin')
358.21+Persian dukhtar: daughter
358.21+Irish a mhic: my boy, my son
358.21+Latin amo, amas, amat: I love, you love, he/she loves
358.21+Hebrew amok: deep
358.21+nursery rhyme 'Rub-a-dub-dub, three men in a tub'
358.21+Mock Turtle and Gryphon: characters in Lewis Carroll: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
358.22a mucktub. Qith the tou loulous and the gryffygryffygryffs, at
358.22+Persian maktab: school
358.22+with the two Lulus
358.22+(*IJ* and *VYC*)
358.22+song British Grenadiers: 'with a tow row tow'
358.22+at the annual festival in Basel two figures (also names of Basel river ferries), der Wilde Mann and Vogel Gryff, arrive on a float on the Rhine river (a third ferry is 'Leu' (Swiss German 'lion'))
358.22+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...gryffygryffygryffs, at...} | {Png: ...gryffygryffygryffs at...}
358.23Fenegans Wick, the Wildemanns. Washed up whight and de-
358.23+song Finnegan's Wake
358.24liveried rhight. Loud lauds to his luckhump and bejetties on jo-
358.24+superstition that to touch a hunchback's hump brings luck
358.24+Jonah and the whale (Jonah as bringer of ill-luck (Jonah))
358.24+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...jonahs! And...} | {Png: ...jonahs. And...}
358.25nahs! And they winxed and wanxed like baillybeacons. Till we
358.25+waxed and waned
358.25+Bailey Lighthouse on Howth
358.26woksed up oldermen.
358.26+Danish vokse op: grow up
358.26+woke up
358.27     From whose plultibust preaggravated, by baskatchairch theo-
358.27+VI.C.12.155h-i (r): 'shiffed with Scotch porridge pultibus preparation peronne' === VI.B.14.151g ( ): 'stuffed with Scotch porridge pultibus pregravatus Jerome' [387.05]
358.27+The Catholic Encyclopedia vol. XI, 'Pelagius and Pelagianism', 604c: (of Pelagius) 'Jerome... ridicules him as a "Scot"... who being "stuffed with Scottish porridge" (Scotorum pultibus prægravatus) suffers from a weak memory... the "Scots" of those days were really the Irish'
358.27+French bas: low
358.27+Low-Church: a party of the Church of England giving a low place to the priesthood and the sacraments (i.e. Protestant-like)
358.28logies (there werenighn on thaurity herouns in that alraschil
358.28+wren (Cluster: Birds)
358.28+nigh no
358.28+nigh on
358.28+nine and thirty (Motif: 39)
358.28+herons (Cluster: Birds)
358.28+Harun al-Rashid: Caliph of Baghdad in The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night
358.29arthouducks draken), they were whoalike placed to say, in the
358.29+ducks (Cluster: Birds)
358.29+Motif: duck/drake
358.29+drakes (Cluster: Birds)
358.29+wholly pleased
358.30matters off ducomans nonbar one, with bears' respects to him and
358.30+Document Number One: the Irish Treaty (term used by De Valera's followers, as opposed to his proposed alternative, Document Number Two)
358.30+bears and bulls: speculators on, respectively, falls and rises in Stock Exchange prices
358.31bulls' acknowledgments (come on now, girls! lead off, O cara,
358.31+Irish a chara: my friend (vocative)
358.31+Latin cara: precious
358.32whichever won of you wins! The two Gemuas and Jane Agrah
358.32+Latin genua: knees
358.32+Irish a ghrádh: my love (vocative; endearment)
358.33and Judy Tombuys!) disassembling and taking him apart, the
358.34slammocks, with discrimination for his maypole and a rub in
358.34+Dialect slammock: slut
358.34+Irish slamach: loose handful
358.35passing over his hump, drogueries inaddendance, frons, fesces
358.35+(lucky [.24])
358.35+French Slang drogue: whore
358.35+German Drogerie: chemist's shop, drug store
358.35+in attendance
358.35+Latin frons: forehead
358.35+French fesses: buttocks
358.36and frithstool: 1) he hade to die it, the beetle, 2) he didhithim self,
358.36+frithstool: seat in a church affording privilege of sanctuary
358.36+VI.C.12.157c (b): '1) Adam had to die 2) Hurt se only 3) Child's soul on 1st Adam's 4) All men neither damned by Adam nor saved by † 5) Prechristian saints 6) Bible & gospel' === VI.B.14.152h-.153a ( ): '1) Adam had to die 2) Hurt se only 3) Child's soul as 1st Adam's 4) All men neither damned by Adam nor saved by † 5) Prechristian saints 6) Bible = gospel' [358.36-359.09]
358.36+The Catholic Encyclopedia vol. XI, 'Pelagius and Pelagianism', 605b: 'the deacon Paulinus of Milan... submitted to the bishop, Aurelius, a memorial in which six theses of Cælestius... were branded as heretical... (1) Even if Adam had not sinned, he would have died' [358.36-359.09]
358.36+The Catholic Encyclopedia vol. XI, 'Pelagius and Pelagianism', 605b: '(2) Adam's sin harmed only himself, not the human race' [358.36-359.09]
358.36+did it himself

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