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395.01selfdom (murky whey, abstrew adim!) in the higherdimissional
395.01+Motif: Tom/Tim
395.01+Milky Way
395.01+whey: the watery part of milk after separation of cheese
395.01+abstruse
395.01+strew a dim (light)
395.01+higher-dimensional
395.01+Latin dimissio: sending forth
395.02selfless Allself, theemeeng Narsty meetheeng Idoless, and telling
395.02+seeming
395.02+Tristan
395.02+meeting
395.02+meaning
395.02+Isolde
395.03Jolly MacGolly, dear mester John, the belated dishevelled, hack-
395.03+Anglo-Irish Johnny Magorey: fruit of dog rose
395.03+Prester John: mythical Eastern ruler in whose armies were Gog and Magog
395.03+in Albrecht's Titurel, Parzival takes the Grail to Prester John's land
395.03+song Dashing Away with a Smoothing Iron
395.04ing away at a parchment pied, and all the other analist, the
395.04+French pied: foot
395.04+anal
395.04+annalists
395.05steamships ant the ladies'foursome, ovenfor, nedenfor, dinkety,
395.05+VI.B.10.001m (b): 'ladies foursome tournament'
395.05+Irish Times 20 Oct 1922, 3/5: 'Golf... Ladies' Foursomes Tournament in Ranelagh yesterday'
395.05+Danish ovenfor: above
395.05+Danish nedenfor: below
395.06duk, downalupping, (how long tandem!) like a foreretyred schoon-
395.06+Danish duk: plunge, dive
395.06+Dunlop (tyres)
395.06+Cicero: all works: Oratio In Catilinam I: (opening) 'Quo usque tandem abutere, Catilina, patientia nostra?' (Latin 'How long, finally, will you abuse, Catiline, our patience?')
395.06+four tired schoolmasters
395.06+four-masted schooners
395.06+retired
395.06+Dutch schoon: beautiful, pure
395.07masters, and their pair of green eyes and peering in, so they say, like
395.07+James Joyce: Dubliners: 'An Encounter': 'I came back and examined the foreign sailors to see had any of them green eyes, for I had some confused notion...'
395.08the narcolepts on the lakes of Coma, through the steamy win-
395.08+narcolepsy: uncontrollable attacks of deep sleep
395.08+Lake Como
395.09dows, into the honeymoon cabins, on board the big steamadories,
395.09+
395.10made by Fumadory, and the saloon ladies' madorn toilet chambers
395.10+Spanish fumador: smoker
395.10+Greek dory: ship
395.10+(steamship)
395.10+Italian madornale: huge
395.10+modern
395.11lined over prawn silk and rub off the salty catara off a windows
395.11+cataract: opacity of eye lens (i.e. opacity of window)
395.12and, hee hee, listening, qua committe, the poor old quakers, oben
395.12+VI.B.11.031e (b): 'hee hee (they laugh) shee shee' [.15] [.24] [.25]
395.12+the Phoenician letter 'he' meant 'window'
395.12+Latin qua: in the capacity of
395.12+German oben: over, upward
395.12+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song She Is Far from the Land [air: Open the Door] [.14]
395.13the dure, to see all the hunnishmooners and the firstclass ladies,
395.13+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation dure: door
395.13+Norwegian hunn: female
395.13+honeymooners
395.14serious me, a lass spring as you fancy, and sheets far from the lad,
395.14+Alice Springs: town, Australia
395.14+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song She Is Far from the Land [.12]
395.15courting in blankets, enfamillias, and, shee shee, all improper, in a
395.15+French en famille: as a family
395.15+(laugh) [.12]
395.15+see
395.16lovely mourning toilet, for the rosecrumpler, the thrilldriver, the
395.16+morning
395.16+VI.B.25.159e (r): 'rosecrumpler'
395.16+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song Lesbia Hath a Beaming Eye: 'Bed of peace! whose roughest part Is but the crumpling of the roses'
395.17sighinspirer, with that olive throb in his nude neck, and, swayin
395.17+Yiddish nudnick: someone who nags or pesters
395.18and thayin, thanks ever so much for the tiny quote, which sought
395.18+sort of made
395.19of maid everythingling again so very much more delightafellay,
395.19+Dutch tafel: table
395.20and the perfidly suite of her, bootyfilly yours, under all their
395.20+perfidiously
395.20+perfectly sweet
395.20+beautifully
395.20+dutifully
395.21familiarities, by preventing grace, forgetting to say their grace be-
395.21+VI.C.12.156f (r): === VI.B.14.152a ( ): 'preventing —' (dash dittoes 'grace') [393.15]
395.21+The Catholic Encyclopedia vol. XI, 'Pelagius and Pelagianism', 605a: 'In the East... as an offset to widespread fatalism, the moral power and freedom of the will were... strongly insisted on, assisting grace being spoken of more frequently than preventing grace'
395.21+preventing (or prevenient) grace: that preceding repentance and conversion (Cluster: Graces)
395.21+Cluster: Forget and Remember
395.21+phrase grace before meat (Motif: Grace before/after fish; Cluster: Graces)
395.22fore chambadory, before going to boat with the verges of the
395.22+dory: a type of fish
395.22+Greek dory: ship
395.22+in Egyptian theology, the soul travels in a boat after death
395.22+bed
395.22+French Slang verge: penis (literally 'rod')
395.22+verses
395.22+virgins
395.23chaptel of the opering of the month of Nema Knatut, so pass the
395.23+Budge: The Book of the Dead ch. XXIII: 'The Chapter of Opening the Mouth of Osiris' (to give the deceased the power to eat, drink and talk)
395.23+Italian operare: to work
395.23+Tut-ankh-amen
395.23+Motif: So pass the fish for Christ sake, Amen
395.24poghue for grace sake. Amen. And all, hee hee hee, quaking, so
395.24+Anglo-Irish pogue: kiss
395.24+grace (Cluster: Graces)
395.24+(laugh) [.12]
395.25fright, and, shee shee, shaking. Aching. Ay, ay.
395.25+(laugh) [.12]
395.25+Motif: Ay, ay!
395.26     For it was then a pretty thing happened of pure diversion
395.26+{{Synopsis: II.4.1+2.H: [395.26-396.33]: the passionate and willing kiss — goal scored}}
395.26+VI.B.25.145i (r): 'a pretty thing happened'
395.26+VI.A.0301bj (r): 'par diversion peutêtre (stage direction)'
395.26+Bouhélier: La Tragédie de Tristan et Iseult III.ii: 'TRISTAN, par diversion peut-être' (French 'TRISTAN, by way of diversion perhaps'; stage direction as part of a dialogue between Iseult and Tristan)
395.27mayhap, when his flattering hend, at the justright moment, like
395.27+hand [004.18]
395.28perchance some cook of corage might clip the lad on a poot of
395.28+courage
395.28+clap the lid on a pot of porridge
395.28+Dutch poot: foot, leg, paw
395.29porage handshut his duckhouse, the vivid girl, deaf with love,
395.29+and shut
395.29+VI.B.3.073i (r): 'Hoping that he wd soon shut his duckhouse'
395.29+VI.B.3.075a (r): 'he wd in a short time shut his duckhouse'
395.29+(his mouth)
395.29+Henrik Ibsen: all plays: Et Dukkehjem (A Doll's House)
395.29+death (Wagner: Tristan und Isolde: Liebestod ('love-death' aria))
395.30(ah sure, you know her, our angel being, one of romance's fade-
395.30+faithless
395.31less wonderwomen, and, sure now, we all know you dote on
395.31+
395.32her even unto date!) with a queeleetlecree of joysis crisis she
395.32+even unto death (Latin usque ad mortem) [499.30]
395.32+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...date!) with...} | {Png: ...date) with...}
395.32+queer little cry of Jesus Christ!
395.32+French cri: cry
395.32+Joyce's
395.32+joyous
395.33renulited their disunited, with ripy lepes to ropy lopes (the dear
395.33+renewed
395.33+reunited (kiss)
395.33+ruby lips
395.33+lobes
395.33+Motif: Adear, adear!
395.34o'dears!) and the golden importunity of aloofer's leavetime,
395.34+ears
395.34+VI.B.3.154b (r): 'a golden opportunity'
395.34+opportunity of a lover's lifetime
395.35when, as quick, is greased pigskin, Amoricas Champius, with one
395.35+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...when, as quick, is...} | {Png: ...when as quick is...}
395.35+(description of a football move and a kiss)
395.35+as quick as
395.35+American Slang pigskin: football
395.35+Armorica (Tristan)
395.35+champion
395.36aragan throust, druve the massive of virilvigtoury flshpst the
395.36+Armenian aragan: male
395.36+arrogant thrust
395.36+French ouragan: hurricane
395.36+drove
395.36+missive (tongue; also the message) [385.03]
395.36+virile victory
395.36+flash past


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