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396.01both lines of forwards (Eburnea's down, boys!) rightjingbangshot
396.01+(forwards in football)
396.01+Latin eburnea: of ivory
396.02into the goal of her gullet.
396.02+Motif: Gall/Gael (Viking foreigner/Irish native)
396.03     Alris!
396.03+Armenian abris!: bravo!
396.03+Irish aris: again
396.04     And now, upright and add them! And plays be honest! And
396.04+Motif: Up, guards, and at them!
396.04+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation plays: please
396.05pullit into yourself, as on manowoman do another! Candidately,
396.05+one man or woman to
396.05+G.B. Shaw: Candida (play)
396.06everybody! A mot for amot. Comong, meng, and douh! There
396.06+Matthew 5:38: 'An eye for an eye'
396.06+French mot: word
396.06+Dublin Slang mot: girl
396.06+Armenian amot': shame
396.06+French comment?: how?, how so?
396.06+Armenian kononk': yours
396.06+German Menge: crowd
396.06+German mengen: to mix, mingle
396.06+Armenian menk': we
396.06+Armenian tou: you
396.07was this, wellyoumaycallher, a strapping modern old ancient
396.07+Slang strap: fuck
396.08Irish prisscess, so and so hands high, such and such paddock
396.08+Latin priscus: ancient
396.08+so and so, such and such (Motif: So and so)
396.08+hand: unit of measure for horses' height
396.08+paddock: an enclosure near a race-course, where horses and jockeys are assembled
396.09weight, in her madapolam smock, nothing under her hat but
396.09+madapollam: a kind of cotton cloth
396.09+VI.B.10.100e (w): 'nothing under her hat but hair & solid ivory'
396.10red hair and solid ivory (now you know it's true in your
396.11hardup hearts!) and a firstclass pair of bedroom eyes, of most
396.11+heart of
396.11+VI.B.10.102c (w): 'woman with bedroom eyes'
396.11+Daily Mail 12 Jan 1923, 12/3: 'Special Law Reports': 'She was a woman who started on the fringe of society and gradually ostracised... What name was she know by? — "The Lady with the bedroom eyes"'
396.11+Colloquial phrase bedroom eyes: eyes of sexually inviting appearance
396.11+VI.B.25.159f (r): 'most unholy blue'
396.11+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song By That Lake, Whose Gloomy Shore: ''Twas from Kathleen's eyes he flew, — Eyes of most unholy blue!'
396.12unhomy blue, (how weak we are, one and all!) the charm
396.12+German unheimlich: uncanny (literally 'unhomy')
396.13of favour's fond consent! Could you blame her, we're saying,
396.14for one psocoldlogical moment? What would Ewe do? With
396.14+so-called logical
396.14+ewe (Cluster: Animals)
396.14+Hebrew rachel: ewe (Rachel was Jacob's niece/wife)
396.15that so tiresome old milkless a ram, with his tiresome duty
396.15+(Motif: lactating male)
396.15+ram (Cluster: Animals)
396.16peck and his bronchial tubes, the tiresome old hairyg orangogran
396.16+Armenian hayrig: little father (affectionate term)
396.16+orang-utan (Cluster: Animals)
396.16+Malay orangan: effigy, puppet
396.16+grogram: a coarse fabric of silk, of mohair and wool, or of these mixed with silk, often stiffened with gum
396.17beaver, in his tiresome old twennysixandsixpenny sheopards
396.17+beaver (Cluster: Animals)
396.17+twenty-six shillings and six pence
396.17+Ireland has twenty-six southern and six northern counties (Partition)
396.17+leopard (Cluster: Animals)
396.18plods drowsers and his thirtybobandninepenny tails plus toop!
396.18+plaid trousers
396.18+thirty shillings and nine pence (Motif: 39)
396.18+Slang bob: shilling
396.18+Colloquial tails: tail-coat
396.18+please stop
396.18+top (hat)
396.19Hagakhroustioun! It were too exceeding really if one woulds
396.19+Armenian haga: anti, against
396.19+Greek hagios: holy
396.19+Armenian khaghaghout'iun: peace
396.19+Armenian k'risdoneout'iun: Christianity
396.20to offer at sulk an oldivirdual a pinge of hinge hit. The
396.20+to such an individual a pinch of hen shit
396.21mainest thing ever! Since Edem was in the boags noavy. No, no,
396.21+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation mainest: meanest
396.21+Anglo-Irish phrase such a thing was never heard of since Adam was a boy
396.21+Eve and Adam
396.21+Edem: earth mother in a Jewish heretical trdition
396.21+boys' navy
396.22the dear heaven knows, and the farther the from it, if the whole
396.22+Anglo-Irish phrase the dear (deer) knows
396.22+VI.B.25.158e (r): 'heaven knows,'
396.22+far from it
396.23stole stale mis betold, whoever the gulpable, and whatever the
396.23+tale must be told
396.24pulpous was, the twooned togethered, and giving the mhost
396.24+Latin pulposus: fleshy
396.24+they two-oned together
396.24+Czech mha: mist
396.24+most fashionable weather
396.25phassionable wheathers, they were doing a lally a lolly a dither
396.26a duther one lelly two dather three lilly four dother. And it was
396.27a fiveful moment for the poor old timetetters, ticktacking, in tenk
396.27+(clock ticking)
396.27+count of ten (i.e. ten-second kiss)
396.28the count. Till the spark that plugged spared the chokee he
396.28+VI.B.25.166m (r): 'sparking plug'
396.28+(spark plugs of car became hot enough not to require choke)
396.29gripped and (volatile volupty, how brieved are thy lunguings!)
396.29+VI.B.25.164e (r): 'volatile'
396.29+Ecclesiastes 1:2: 'vanity of vanities'
396.30they could and they could hear like of a lisp lapsing, that
396.30+Latin lapsus linguae: slip of the tongue
396.31was her knight of the truths thong plipping out of her chapell-
396.31+knight of the true cross
396.31+chapel of ease: chapel built for convenience of parishioners who live far from the parish church
396.31+Slang chapel of ease: water closet
396.32ledeosy, after where he had gone and polped the questioned.
396.32+Italian polpa: flesh, pulp
396.32+phrase to pop the question (proposal of marriage)
396.34     Ah now, it was tootwoly torrific, the mummurrlubejubes! And
396.34+too truly terrific
396.34+{{Synopsis: II.4.1+2.I: [396.34-398.28]: preparing to sing a final song — the story of Mamalujo ends}}
396.34+Motif: 4 evangelists (Mamalujo) (*X*)
396.35then after that they used to be so forgetful, counting mother-
396.35+Cluster: Forget and Remember
396.35+(button counting) [392.10] [393.18-.21]
396.35+mother-of-pearl buttons
396.36peributts (up one up four) to membore her beaufu mouldern
396.36+Battle of Clontarf, 1014
396.36+Cluster: Forget and Remember

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