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363.01time only) what we knew how when we (from that point solely)
363.02were you know where? There you are! And why? Why, hitch a
363.02+HCE (Motif: HCE)
363.02+hatch a cock's egg
363.02+nursery rhyme Ride a Cock Horse
363.03cock eye, he was snapped on the sly upsadaisying coras pearls
363.03+(caught red-handed)
363.03+French marguerite: daisy
363.03+Cora Pearl: 19th century Parisian courtesan, born Emma Elizabeth Crouch, whose father wrote the music for song Kathleen Mavourneen [225.26]
363.03+chorus girls
363.03+Latin margarita: pearl
363.04out of the pie when all the perts in princer street set up their
363.04+Prince's Street, Dublin (James Joyce: Ulysses.7.16)
363.05tinker's humn, (the rann, the rann, that keen of old bards), with
363.05+Colloquial phrase tinker's damn
363.05+song 'The Wren, the Wren, The king of all birds'
363.05+Anglo-Irish rann: verse, stanza
363.06them newnesboys pearcin screaming off their armsworths. The
363.06+Newnes, Pearson and Harmsworth: founders of 'popular-style' English journalism
363.06+newsboy with armful of papers
363.07boss made dovesandraves out of his bucknesst while herself
363.07+Motif: dove/raven
363.07+Motif: duck/drake
363.07+Anglo-Irish herself: housewife, mistress
363.08wears the bowler's hat in her bath. Deductive Almayne Rogers
363.08+song Old Man River
363.09disguides his voice, shetters behind hoax chestnote from exexive.
363.09+HCE (Motif: HCE)
363.09+horse chestnut
363.09+hoarse chest-notes
363.09+excessive (heat)
363.10Heat wives rasing. They jest keeps rosing. He jumps leaps rizing.
363.10+heat waves rising
363.10+song 'But Old Man River, He just keeps rolling along'
363.11+Macaulay: Marriage of Tirzah and Ahirad: 'How long, O Lord, how long?'
363.12     You known that tom? I certainly know. Is their bann boths-
363.12+they been
363.12+bairn baptised
363.13tiesed? Saddenly now. Has they bane reneemed? Soothinly low.
363.13+song Certainly, Lord: 'Has you been redeemed? Certainly, Lord' [232.21-.23]
363.14Does they ought to buy the papelboy when he footles up their
363.14+song Phil the Fluter's Ball: 'Ye've got to pay the piper when he toothers on the flute'
363.14+Portuguese papel: paper
363.15suit? He's their mark to foil the flouter and they certainty
363.15+King Mark of Cornwall
363.15+Phil the Fluter
363.17     He sprit in his phiz (baccon!). He salt to their bis (pudden!).
363.17+{{Synopsis: II.3.6.G: [363.17-367.07]: the host's apologia — mainly about the two maids}}
363.17+Danish sprit: alcohol
363.17+German spritzen: to spray, to fizz
363.17+spit in his fist
363.17+Irish practice of spitting into the palms of the hands before shaking them to conclude a deal [083.28] [311.31] [326.20]
363.17+Italian per Bacco!: by Jove! (mild oath; literally 'by Bacchus')
363.17+Latin saltus: a jump
363.17+saw to their business
363.17+French bis: twice
363.18He toockled her palam (so calam is solom!). And he suked their
363.18+Norwegian tukle: caress
363.18+Latin palam: publicly, openly
363.19friends' leave (bonnick lass, fair weal!)
363.19+French leave: departure without notice
363.19+Irish beannacht leat: a blessing with you (farewell)
363.19+Robert Burns: song A Red, Red Rose: 'As fair art thou, my bonnie lass... And fare thee weel, my only Luve'
363.20    — Guilty but fellows culpows! It was felt by me sindeade, that
363.20+Motif: O felix culpa! (Exsultet)
363.20+Spanish sin duda: without a doubt
363.21submerged doughdoughty doubleface told waterside labourers.
363.21+Motif: Dear Dirty Dublin
363.21+C.M. Doughty: Travels in Arabia Deserta [309.09]
363.21+Doughty, face, water [361.35]
363.22But since we for athome's health have chanced all that, the wild
363.22+Motif: The Letter: all at home's health
363.23whips, the wind ships, the wonderlost for world hips, unto their
363.23+Dryden: The World Well Lost
363.24foursquare trust prayed in aid its plumptylump piteousness
363.24+nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty
363.25which, when it turtled around seeking a thud of surf, spake to
363.25+sod of turf
363.25+Archaic spake: spoke (past tense)
363.26approach from inherdoff trisspass through minxmingled hair.
363.26+unheard of trespass
363.26+minx: lewd woman, impudent young woman
363.26+Latin minxi: I have urinated
363.27Though I may have hawked it, said, and selled my how hot peas
363.27+(Tristan disguised himself as a merchant during his second visit to Ireland)
363.27+Rowntree: Poverty: A Study of Town Life 37: 'Deputy landlord. Living alone. Parish relief. Sells "hot peas" in the streets at night'
363.28after theactrisscalls from my imprecurious position and though
363.29achance I could have emptied a pan of backslop down drain by
363.29+Rowntree: Poverty: A Study of Town Life 34: 'There are no sinks, slops being emptied down the street grating'
363.29+(instead of)
363.30whiles of dodging a rere from the middenprivet appurtenant
363.30+Obsolete rere: rear
363.30+Rowntree: Poverty: A Study of Town Life 148: 'This yard also contains the water-closet, with which most of these houses are provided, though some of them have midden privies'
363.30+private apartment
363.31thereof, salving the presents of the board of wumps and pumps,
363.31+saving the presence
363.31+Board of Works, Dublin
363.32I am ever incalpable, where release of prisonals properly is con-
363.32+personal property
363.33cerned, of unlifting upfallen girls wherein dangered from them
363.33+German Apfel: apple
363.33+German abfallen: to desert
363.34in thereopen out of unadulteratous bowery, with those hintering
363.34+Flaubert: Madame Bovary (adultery)
363.34+German hinter: behind
363.35influences from an angelsexonism. It was merely my barely till
363.35+bare lie
363.35+Irish Béarla: English language
363.36their oh offs. Missaunderstaid. Meggy Guggy's giggag. The
363.36+James Joyce: Ulysses.15.3369: 'THE NANNYGOAT (bleats) Megeggaggegg!'

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