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375.01to lie. Enfilmung infirmity. On the because alleging to having a
375.01+and filling infinity
375.02finger a fudding in pudding and pie. And here's the witnesses.
375.02+nursery rhyme 'Georgie Porgie, pudding and pie'
375.03Glue on to him, Greevy! Bottom anker, Noordeece! And kick
375.03+tombstones commemorating Glues, Gravys, Ankers, Northeasts and Earwickers at Sidlesham in the Hundred of Manhood, Sussex [030.06-.08] [.09]
375.03+German Anker: Dutch anker: anchor
375.03+Dutch noord: north
375.03+German nur dies: only this
375.04kick killykick for the house that juke built! Wait till they send
375.04+Juke and Kallikak: American families of supposedly-hereditary degenerates [033.24]
375.04+nursery rhyme The House That Jack Built
375.05you to sleep, scowpow! By jurors' cruces! Then old Hunphy-
375.05+Latin juror cruce: I swear by the cross
375.05+Jesus Christ
375.05+nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty
375.06dunphyville'll be blasted to bumboards by the youthful herald
375.06+Dunphy's Corner, Dublin
375.07who would once you were. He'd be our chosen one in the matter
375.07+The Encyclopædia Britannica vol. II, 'Arthur', 681c: 'the central hero of the cycle of romance known as the Matière de Bretagne' (i.e. Matter of Britain)
375.08of Brittas more than anarthur. But we'll wake and see. The wholes
375.08+Brittas river, tributary of Liffey
375.08+wait and see
375.08+whole parish
375.09poors riches of ours hundreds of manhoods and womhoods. Two
375.09+Sidlesham is in the Hundred of Manhood, Sussex [030.06-.08] [.03]
375.09+(22,200 people [364.04-.05])
375.10cents, two mills and two myrds. And it's all us rangers you'll be
375.10+French cent: hundred
375.10+French mille: thousand
375.10+Greek myrias: ten thousands
375.10+French merde: shit
375.11facing in the box before the twelfth correctional. Like one man,
375.11+jury (or defendant's) box
375.11+*O* (jurymen)
375.11+correctional court: a lower court, especially for juveniles
375.12gell. Between all the Misses Mountsackvilles in their halfmoon
375.12+German Dialect gell: isn't it?
375.12+Mount Sackville Convent, Chapelizod
375.12+Slang halfmoon: female genitalia
375.13haemicycles, gasping to giddies to dye for the shame. Just hold
375.13+Greek haimakyklos: blood cycle; menses
375.14hard till the one we leapt out gets her yearing! Hired in cameras,
375.14+leap year
375.14+hearing (in court)
375.14+HCE (Motif: HCE)
375.14+heard in camera (process in judge's chambers)
375.15extra! With His Honour Surpacker on the binge. So yelp your
375.15+'Timothy' stems from Greek time: honour and Greek theos: god (hence, Tim Finnegan [.16])
375.15+Sir (packed jury)
375.15+'so help you God and kiss the book' (legal oath)
375.15+German Kitz: fawn, young deer; kid, young goat
375.16guilt and kitz the buck. You'll have loss of fame from Wimme-
375.16+German kitzeln: to tickle
375.16+phrase kick the bucket
375.16+buck: male deer (Obsolete male goat)
375.16+song Finnegan's Wake, chorus: 'Lots of fun at Finnegan's Wake'
375.17game's fake. Forwards! One bully son growing the goff and his
375.17+Slang blowing the gaff: giving away the secret
375.17+Italian goffo: clumsy
375.18twinger read out by the Nazi Priers. You fought as how they'd
375.18+Latin nisi prius: unless before (writ of summons to jurors)
375.19never woxen up, did you, crucket? It will wecker your earse, that
375.19+Danish vokse op: German aufwachsen: grow up
375.19+German Wecker: alarm clock; waker
375.20it will! When hives the court to exchequer 'tis the child which
375.20+H...C...E (Motif: HCE)
375.20+Court of Exchequer, Dublin
375.21gives the sire away. Good for you, Richmond Rover! Scrum
375.21+Richmond: character in William Shakespeare: King Richard III
375.21+scrum: a rugby play
375.22around, our side! Let him have another between the spindlers! A
375.22+spindles (legs)
375.22+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...spindlers! A...} | {Png: ...spindlers. A...}
375.23grand game! Dalymount's decisive. Don Gouverneur Buckley's
375.23+Dalymount Park: football stadium, Dublin
375.23+Don Giovanni
375.23+Donal Buckley: last governor-general of Ireland
375.23+Motif: How Buckley shot the Russian General [.23-.24]
375.23+(his picture in the newspaper)
375.24in the Tara Tribune, sporting the insides of a Rhutian Jhanaral
375.24+Tara: ancient capital of Ireland
375.24+Tribune (newspaper)
375.25and little Mrs Ex-Skaerer-Sissers is bribing the halfpricers to pray
375.25+Danish skærer: cutter
375.25+scissors (tailor's daughter)
375.26for her widower in his gravest embazzlement. You on her, hosy
375.26+'Hairy Jaysus': Joyce's nickname for his college acquaintance Francis Skeffington
375.27jigses, that'll be some nonstop marrimont! You in your stolen
375.28mace and anvil, Magnes, and her burrowed in Berkness cirrchus
375.28+anvil cloud (cumulonimbus)
375.28+Barrow-in-Furness, Westmoreland
375.28+circus clothes
375.28+cirrus clouds
375.29clouthses. Fummuccumul with a graneen aveiled. Playing down
375.29+Finn MacCool with Grania (his much younger betrothed)
375.29+French femme: woman
375.29+cumulus cloud
375.29+Old Irish cumal: female slave [.30]
375.29+Grannuaile: the Irish name of Grace O'Malley [021.05]
375.29+of old
375.30the slavey touch. Much as she was when the fancy cutter out col-
375.30+slave [.29]
375.31lecting milestones espied her aseesaw on a fern. So nimb, he said,
375.31+German fern: distant
375.31+German so nimm: do take it
375.31+Nimb: a sage who took Ossian, Finn's son, to the Land of the Ever Young
375.31+nimbus cloud
375.32a dat of dew. Between Furr-y-Benn and Ferr-y-Bree. In this tear
375.32+the Furry Glen, Phoenix Park
375.32+Old Irish benn: peak
375.32+Old Irish brí: hill
375.32+dear Wicklow which he loved
375.33Vikloe vich he lofed. The smiling ever. If you pulls me over pay
375.33+Dutch lof: praise
375.33+Parnell (about selling him): 'When you sell, get my price'
375.34me, prhyse! A talor would adapt his caulking trudgers on to any
375.34+(tailor's advertisement)
375.34+caulk: to seal a ship's seams
375.34+Slang corking: fine; large
375.34+Motif: Coat and trousers
375.35shape at see. Address deceitfold of wovens weard. The wonder
375.35+ship at sea
375.35+(on sight; in sight)
375.35+womens' wear
375.36of the women of the world together, moya! And the lovablest
375.36+Cross & Slover: Ancient Irish Tales 371: 'The Pursuit of Diarmuid and Grainne': (Diorruing speaking of Grania) 'the woman that is fairest of feature and form and speech of the women of the world together'
375.36+Oscar Wilde edited most of the issues of The Woman's World (women's magazine, 1886-1890)
375.36+at the first performance of Synge's The Playboy of the Western World an uproar was caused by the line 'drifts of Mayo girls standing in their shifts'
375.36+Anglo-Irish moya!: indeed! (expresses doubt or irony; from Irish mar dhea: as it were)
375.36+Kiswahili moya: one
375.36+Sanskrit maya: illusion

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