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374.01in your flesh. To tell how your mead of, mard, is made of. All old
374.01+nursery rhyme What Are Little Girls Made Of, Made Of
374.01+Lewis Carroll invented a word game called Doublets, in which a player turns one word into another by altering one letter at a time, optionally rearranging the letters, with each step resulting in an existing word (e.g. mead, mard, made)
374.01+Persian mard: man, human male
374.01+French merde: shit
374.02Dadgerson's dodges one conning one's copying and that's what
374.02+C.L. Dodgson: Lewis Carroll's real name
374.03wonderland's wanderlad'll flaunt to the fair. A trancedone boy-
374.03+Lewis Carroll: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
374.03+Alice P. Liddell: child-friend of Lewis Carroll and model for Lewis Carroll's Alice
374.03+Motif: The Letter: Boston Transcript
374.03+(Yeats's wife's automatic writing led to Yeats: A Vision)
374.03+(Lewis Carroll's handwriting was described as 'boyish-looking')
374.04script with tittivits by. Ahem. You'll read it tomorrow, marn,
374.04+Titbits (periodical; James Joyce: Ulysses.4.467)
374.05when the curds on the table. A nigg for a nogg and a thrate for
374.05+Matthew 5:38: 'An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth'
374.05+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation thrate: treat
374.06a throte. The auditor learns. Still pumping on Torkenwhite Rad-
374.06+Wars of the Roses: York — white, red — Lancaster
374.06+German Radlampen: bicycle lights
374.07lumps, Lencs. In preplays to Anonymay's left hinted palinode
374.07+German links: left (direction)
374.07+ALP (Motif: ALP)
374.07+Slang anonyma: demi-mondaine, woman of doubtful reputation
374.07+anonymous left-handed (King Mark supposedly got an anonymous letter)
374.07+palinode: poem with retraction of an earlier statement
374.08obviously inspiterebbed by a sibspecious connexion. Note the
374.08+sib: kinship, concord
374.09notes of admiration! See the signs of suspicion! Count the hemi-
374.09+Slang notes of admiration: exclamation marks
374.09+(question marks)
374.10semidemicolons! Screamer caps and invented gommas, quoites
374.10+inverted commas
374.10+Italian gomma: rubber
374.10+Slang quoites: buttocks
374.10+quite pointless
374.11puntlost, forced to farce! The pipette will say anything at all for
374.11+Dutch punt: point, full stop
374.11+face to face
374.11+Swift: Ppt
374.12a change. And you know what aglove means in the Murdrus due-
374.12+glove, duel
374.12+J.C. Mardrus translated the Koran and the Arabian Nights into French (Mardrus: Le Koran)
374.13luct! Fewer to feud and rompant culotticism, a fugle for the glee-
374.13+Roman Catholicism
374.13+French culotte: breeches
374.13+Danish fugle: birds
374.13+Archaic gleeman: minstrel
374.14men and save, sit and sew. And a pants outsizinned on the
374.14+inside out [373.16]
374.15Doughertys' duckboard pointing to peace at home. In some,
374.15+Downing: Digger Dialects 20: 'DOUGH (n.) — Money' (World War I Slang)
374.15+Downing: Digger Dialects 21: 'DUCKBOARD — (1) A wooden frame about five feet long and eighteen inches wide, on which are nailed, crosswise, short pieces of wood in the form of a grating. These are laid in tracks across muddy or shell-torn country in order to enable troops to pass over the ground. (2) The Military Medal ribbon' (World War I Slang)
374.16lawanorder on lovinardor. Wait till we hear the Boy of Biskop
374.16+law and order
374.16+Danish lov: law
374.16+Italian ardor: heat
374.16+Boy Bishop (on 6 December in Middle Ages in English cathedral choirs)
374.16+song The Bay of Biscay
374.16+Danish biskop: bishop
374.17reeling around your postoral lector! Epistlemadethemology for
374.17+pastoral letter
374.17+Latin lector: reader
374.18deep dorfy doubtlings. As we'll lay till break of day in the bunk of
374.18+Motif: Dear Dirty Dublin
374.18+German Dorf: village
374.18+song The Bay of Biscay
374.19basky, O! Our island, Rome and duty! Well tried, buckstiff! Batt
374.19+song The Death of Nelson: 'For England, home and beauty'
374.19+Motif: Butt/Taff
374.20in, boot! Sell him a breach contact, the vendoror, the buylawyer!
374.20+breach of contract
374.21One hyde, sack, hic! Two stick holst, Lucky! Finnish Make Goal!
374.21+hide and seek
374.21+Latin hic: here
374.21+Finn MacCool
374.22First you were Nomad, next you were Namar, now you're Nu-
374.22+Motif: 4-stage Viconian cycle
374.22+Irish namá: alone
374.22+Hebrew namer: leopard; tiger
374.23mah and it's soon you'll be Nomon. Hence counsels Ecclesiast.
374.23+no more
374.23+HCE (Motif: HCE)
374.24There's every resumption. The forgein offils is on the shove to
374.24+Foreign Office
374.24+Slang on the shove: on the move
374.25lay you out dossier. Darby's in the yard, planning it on you, plot
374.25+Scotland Yard
374.26and edgings, the whispering peeler after cooks wearing an illfor-
374.26+Slang peeler: policeman
374.26+song The Peeler and the Goat
374.26+bearing information
374.27mation. The find of his kind! An artist, sir! And dirt cheap at
374.28a sovereign a skull! He knows his Finsbury Follies backwoods
374.28+Finsbury Park, London
374.29so you batter see to your regent refutation. Ascare winde is rifing
374.29+Battersea Park, London
374.29+Regent's Park, London
374.29+Dutch het regent: it is raining
374.29+Oscar Wilde [.31]
374.30again about nice boys going native. You know who was wrote
374.30+(young male prostitutes, with whom Oscar Wilde was associated)
374.31about in the Orange Book of Estchapel? Basil and the two other
374.31+The Yellow Book: notorious literary and art magazine of the 1890s
374.31+Yellow Book of Lecan: Irish manuscript
374.31+Eastcheap, London
374.31+Basil Hallward: the artist who paints the portrait in Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray [.29]
374.31+Greek basileus: king
374.32men from King's Avenance. Just press this cold brand against
374.32+King's Avenue, Ballybough, Dublin
374.32+phrase to turn King's evidence: (of an accomplice in a crime) to offer himself as witness for the prosecution against other persons implicated
374.32+Norwegian koldbrann: gangrene
374.33your brow for a mow. Cainfully! The sinus the curse. That's it.
374.33+Slang mo: moment
374.33+Genesis 4:15: 'the Lord set a mark upon Cain'
374.33+sign of the cross
374.34Hung Chung Egglyfella now speak he tell numptywumpty top-
374.34+HCE (Motif: HCE)
374.34+Hwang Ch'êng: Imperial City (part of Peking)
374.34+Chinese chung: a crowd
374.34+Pidgin fella: fellow (serves numerous grammatical functions, such as plural marker or intensifier)
374.34+number one
374.34+nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty
374.34+top sawyer: the sawyer who works the upper handle of a pit-saw; someone who excels in his profession [173.28]
374.34+Pidgin topside: superior
374.34+Mark Twain: other works: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
374.35sawys belongahim pidgin. Secret things other persons place there
374.35+Beche-la-Mar blong: of
374.35+Beche-la-Mar longa: to, at, by, in
374.35+(a noun denotes a person, place or thing)
374.36covered not. How you fell from story to story like a sagasand
374.36+from storey to storey
374.36+sack of sand
374.36+Sackerson (*S*)
374.36+Danish sand: true

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