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433.01mon for ignitious Purpalume to the proper of Francisco Ultramare,
433.01+Saint Ignatius Loyola (1491-1556): the founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), was wounded in the siege of Pamplona and embraced Christianity during his recuperation (feast day: 31 July [.02])
433.01+parts of the Mass: PROPER (varies with the calendar, i.e. proper for a particular occasion or season; opposite of 'common') [432.05] [432.17] [432.22] [432.32] [432.36]
433.01+Saint Francis Xavier (1506-1552): one of the co-founders of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) and the first Jesuit missionary, to the East Indies (feast day: 3 December [.02])
433.01+Latin ultra mare: beyond the sea
433.02last of scorchers, third of snows, in terrorgammons howdydos.
433.02+(31 July [.01])
433.02+(3 December [.01])
433.02+Litany of Saints: 'Te rogamus, audi, nos' (Latin 'we beg Thee, hear us')
433.02+Latin interrogemus: let us ask
433.03Here she's, is a bell, that's wares in heaven, virginwhite, Undetri-
433.03+Isabel
433.03+that was
433.03+swears
433.03+Latin undetricesima: twenty-ninth
433.04gesima, vikissy manonna. Doremon's! The same or similar to be
433.04+Latin vicisti: thou has conquered
433.04+Latin vicesima nona: twenty-ninth
433.04+Issy
433.04+Abbé Prévost: Manon Lescaut (a 1731 novel, which has been adapted into several operas, most notably by Auber, Massenet and Puccini)
433.04+madonna
433.04+Latin adoremus: let us adore
433.04+do-re-mi
433.04+Latin oremus: let us pray
433.05kindly observed within the affianced dietcess of Gay O'Toole
433.05+affianced: betrothed, engaged
433.05+Church of Ireland Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough (created in the 13th century by merging the two dioceses into one)
433.05+Saint Laurence O'Toole, Abbot of Glendalough at age twenty-five, patron of Dublin
433.06and Gloamy Gwenn du Lake (Danish spoken!) from Manducare
433.06+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song By That Lake, Whose Gloomy Shore (glossed in a footnote: 'founded upon one of the many stories related to St. Kevin, whose bed in the rock is to be seen at Glendalough')
433.06+Scott: Lady of the Lake
433.06+Latin manducare: to chew
433.07Monday up till farrier's siesta in china dominos. Words taken in
433.07+Spanish farrear: celebrate
433.07+Latin feria: holiday
433.07+Spanish fiesta: feast
433.07+Latin in cena Domini: to the Lord's supper (Maundy Thursday ceremony)
433.07+Saint Francis Xavier died in China
433.08triumph, my sweet assistance, from the sufferant pen of our joco-
433.08+French assistance: audience
433.08+sisters
433.08+sovereign
433.08+Latin jocosus: droll
433.08+Joacax: nickname of Joyce when at university
433.08+acronym: JIM
433.09sus inkerman militant of the reed behind the ear.
433.09+Battle of Inkerman (Crimean War)
433.09+(Shem the Penman)
433.10     Never miss your lostsomewhere mass for the couple in Myles
433.10+{{Synopsis: III.2.2A.F: [433.10-439.14]: Jaun's commandments — mostly about sex}}
433.10+[[Speaker: Jaun]]
433.10+(thirteen (or fourteen) 'Never' commandments [.10] [.11] [.12] [.13] [.14] [.15] [.24] [.25] [.26] [.27] [.30] [.31] [.34] (possibly [434.26] or [433.36-434.01]))
433.10+VI.B.16.006g (r): 'go to last mass Never lose Never eat bad' [.10-.11]
433.10+precepts of the Church: i) hear Mass on Sunday; ii) fast and abstain on appointed days; iii) confess sins; iiii) receive blessed Eucharist worthily; v) contribute to support of pastors; vi) do not solemnise marriage at forbidden times
433.10+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song 'Tis the Last Rose of Summer [.11]
433.10+of miles
433.10+Myles-na-Coppaleen: character in Boucicault: The Colleen Bawn (stage Irishman) [.13] [.29]
433.11you butrose to brideworship. Never hate mere pork which is bad
433.11+rose [.10]
433.11+VI.B.16.103h (r): 'where she worships' ('she' replaces a cancelled 'I')
433.11+Key: John McCormack, His Own Life Story 30: 'the tiny church... where the McCormack family worships'
433.11+eat
433.11+Swift first met Swift's Stella at Moor Park, Surrey
433.12for your knife of a good friday. Never let a hog of the howth
433.12+Dublin Colloquial of: on (when referring to days of the week)
433.12+VI.B.16.009a (r): 'hog of the hill'
433.13trample underfoot your linen of Killiney. Never play lady's game
433.13+VI.B.16.006h (r): 'trampling lily of the valley'
433.13+Benedict: The Lily of Killarney (opera based on Boucicault: The Colleen Bawn) [.10] [.29]
433.13+Killiney, County Dublin
433.13+VI.B.16.009f (r): 'never play Lord's day'
433.13+Slang lady's game: prostitution; copulation
433.13+Slang ladies: cards, gambling
433.14for the Lord's stake. Never lose your heart away till you win his
433.14+Slang stake: penis
433.14+song When Irish Eyes Are Smiling: 'steal your heart away' (Cluster: John McCormack's Repertoire)
433.14+(card game)
433.15diamond back. Make a strong point of never kicking up your
433.15+VI.B.3.136f (g): 'scroll end of sofa'
433.16rumpus over the scroll end of sofas in the Dar Bey Coll Cafeteria
433.16+Hebrew sof: end
433.16+Irish letter-names: dair (D); beith (B); coll (C)
433.16+DBC (Dublin Bread Company)
433.16+Rhyming Slang Derby Kelly: belly
433.17by tootling risky apropos songs at commercial travellers' smokers
433.17+smoker: a concert where smoking is permitted
433.18for their Columbian nights entertainments the like of White limbs
433.18+Knights of Columbus: a Catholic fraternity founded by Michael J. McGivney (an American priest of Irish descent) in 1882 as a mutual benefit society for working-class and immigrant Catholics in the United States
433.18+Knights of Saint Columbanus: a Catholic fraternity founded by James K. O'Neill (a Belfast priest) in 1915 as a mutual benefit society for working-class Catholics in Ireland
433.18+Knights of Saint Columba: a Catholic fraternity founded in Glasgow in 1919 to promote the social aspects of Catholicism in Great Britain
433.18+The Arabian Nights' Entertainment: an alternative English title for The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night
433.18+song White Wings, They Never Grow Weary
433.19they never stop teasing or Minxy was a Manxmaid when Murry
433.19+Latin minxi: I have urinated
433.19+nursery rhyme Taffy Was a Welshman
433.19+Manx-maid
433.20wor a Man. And, by the bun, is it you goes bisbuiting His Esaus
433.20+German war: (he/she/it) was
433.20+by the by
433.20+Welsh bun: maid
433.20+(taking a bite out of a biscuit and then putting it back in the box)
433.20+German Biss: a bite
433.20+biting
433.20+HEC (Motif: HCE)
433.20+Esau: the brother of the biblical Jacob
433.20+Jacobs' Biscuits, Dublin
433.21and Cos and then throws them bag in the box? Why the tin's
433.21+
433.22nearly empty. First thou shalt not smile. Twice thou shalt not
433.22+
433.23love. Lust, thou shalt not commix idolatry. Hip confiners help
433.23+laugh
433.23+last
433.23+Exodus 20:14: 'Thou shalt not commit adultery' (6th Commandment, according to Roman Catholic tradition)
433.24compunction. Never park your brief stays in the men's con-
433.24+VI.B.16.021h (r): 'parked her stays'
433.25venience. Never clean your buttoncups with your dirty pair of
433.25+buttercups
433.25+cups and saucers
433.26sassers. Never ask his first person where's your quickest cut to
433.26+Anglo-Irish Pronunciation sassers: scissors
433.27our last place. Never let the promising hand usemake free of
433.27+promised land
433.27+make free use
433.27+Latin usufacuio: have intercourse with
433.27+yous make
433.28your oncemaid sacral. The soft side of the axe! A coil of cord, a
433.28+(maidenhead)
433.28+scaral vertebrae near base of spine
433.28+phrase the thin end of the wedge: the insignificant start of a serious development
433.28+VI.C.1.072j (r): === VI.B.16.144l ( ): 'coil of rope = snake'
433.28+Crawford: Thinking Black 314: 'there lies the fascinated snake... "Call him not Lusato," say the natives, "call him a coil of rope, lest you break the spell"'
433.29colleen coy, a blush on a bush turned first man's laughter into
433.29+Boucicault: The Colleen Bawn (Anglo-Irish colleen bawn: fair-haired girl, pretty young woman, darling girl) [.10] [.13]
433.29+(Eve)
433.29+(apple)
433.29+manslaughter
433.29+Oliver Wendell Holmes: The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table: 'Homicide and verbicide... are alike forbidden. Manslaughter, which is the meaning of the one, is the same as man's laughter, which is the end of the other' [434.31]
433.30wailful moither. O foolish cuppled! Ah, dice's error! Never dip
433.30+wilful murder
433.30+Anglo-Irish moider: to annoy, to persecute
433.30+(Cain's murder of Abel)
433.30+Motif: O felix culpa! (Exsultet)
433.30+copper, iron, silver, gold [.30-.32]
433.30+cup and dice
433.30+song Dies Irae
433.30+proverb Spit on the iron while it's hot
433.30+dig in the earth
433.31in the ern while you've browsers on your suite. Never slip the
433.31+Erne river
433.31+urn
433.31+trousers
433.31+sweat on your brow (Genesis 3:19: 'sweat of thy face')
433.31+(following you)
433.32silver key through your gate of golden age. Collide with man,
433.32+Slang key: penis
433.33collude with money. Ere you sail foreget my prize. Where you
433.33+Parnell (about selling him): 'When you sell, get my price'
433.33+forget
433.34truss be circumspicious and look before you leak, dears. Never
433.34+truss: to gird, to tie up
433.34+trust
433.34+dress
433.34+Latin circumspicio: I look around
433.34+circumspect
433.34+proverb Look before you leap
433.35christen medlard apples till a swithin is in sight. Wet your thistle
433.35+phrase Saint Swithin is christening the apples
433.35+Saint Medard: patron of rain
433.35+for both Saint Medard and Saint Swithin, there are beliefs that if it rains on their feast-day (8 June and 15 July, respectively), it will continue to do so for forty days
433.35+medlar fruit (apple-like) is eaten only when decayed
433.35+VI.B.18.217a (o): 'wet his thistle'
433.35+Colloquial wet one's whistle: to take an alcoholic drink
433.36where a weed is and you'll rue it, despyneedis. Especially beware
433.36+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...it, despyneedis...} | {Png: ...it despyneedis...}
433.36+Modern Greek despoinides: ladies (pronounced 'despineedes')
433.36+Latin de spinetis: from the thorn bushes
433.36+VI.B.6.123d (r): 'beware, please!'
433.36+Freeman's Journal 1 Feb 1924, 6/7: 'A Threatening Notice': 'After the burning... he found the following notice stuck up on the place: — "To all it may concern; all men that were in the National Army beware; your homes will get the same dose. Owners of houses beware; please, Sergeant Donegan beware: — (Signed), I.R.A."'


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