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564.01     Jeminy, what is the view which now takes up a second posi-
564.01+{{Synopsis: III.4.4F.H: [564.01-565.05]: a man's naked bottom, or Phoenix Park — as seen from Mark's point of view}}
564.01+(MARK'S VIEW) [559.20] [582.28] [590.22]
564.01+Gemini (twins)
564.02tion of discordance, tell it please? Mark! You notice it in that
564.02+Mark
564.03rereway because the male entail partially eclipses the femecovert.
564.03+rear
564.03+Legalese entail: limitation of the passage of an estate to a specified line of heirs
564.03+Legalese feme covert: married woman under cover or protection of her husband
564.04It is so called for its discord the meseedo. Do you ever heard the
564.04+in fixed-do system of solmisation, mi=E, si=B (or H in German terminology), do=C; therefore, mi-si-do = EHC (Motif: HCE [559.21] [582.30] [590.24]; first letter shifted to the end from [559.21])
564.04+me, see, do
564.04+French dos: back (noun)
564.05story about Helius Croesus, that white and gold elephant in our
564.05+HC...E (Motif: HCE)
564.05+Tim Healy, Irish Governor-General
564.05+Croesus: richest man in the world, last Lydian king
564.05+chryselephantine (gold and ivory) statue of Zeus at Olympia
564.06zoopark? You astonish me by it. Is it not that we are command-
564.06+zoo in Phoenix Park
564.06+VI.B.25.153j (g): 'command a full view'
564.07ing from fullback, woman permitting, a profusely fine birdseye
564.07+full back (football position)
564.07+weather
564.08view from beauhind this park? Finn his park has been much the
564.08+French beau: handsome (masculine)
564.08+behind
564.08+(his bottom)
564.08+Phoenix Park
564.09admiration of all the stranger ones, grekish and romanos, who
564.09+Greek and Roman
564.10arrive to here. The straight road down the centre (see relief map)
564.10+Chesterfield Road bisects Phoenix Park, with Viceregal Lodge and Chief Secretary's Lodge on either side of it
564.10+(crack between two buttocks)
564.11bisexes the park which is said to be the largest of his kind in the
564.11+bisects
564.12world. On the right prominence confronts you the handsome
564.12+
564.13vinesregent's lodge while, turning to the other supreme piece of
564.13+Viceregal Lodge
564.14cheeks, exactly opposite, you are confounded by the equally hand-
564.14+CEH (Motif: HCE)
564.15some chief sacristary's residence. Around is a little amiably tufted
564.15+Chief Secretary's Lodge
564.15+sacristan
564.16and man is cheered when he bewonders through the boskage
564.16+German man: one (indefinite pronoun)
564.16+Dutch bewonderen: to admire
564.16+boskage: thicket, grove, woody undergrowth
564.17how the nature in all frisko is enlivened by gentlemen's seats.
564.17+alfresco: in the open air
564.17+Warburton, Whitelaw & Walsh: History of the City of Dublin II.1311: (of the country round Phoenix Park) 'a rich landscape highly embellished with country seats'
564.18Here are heavysuppers — 'tis for daddies housings for hun-
564.18+hundred heirs
564.18+Latin super: over
564.19dredaires of our super thin thousand. By gum, but you have
564.19+ten thousand (people)
564.19+French tu as raison: you are right
564.20resin! Of these tallworts are yielded out juices for jointoils and
564.20+stalwarts
564.20+Danish talord: German Zahlwort: numeral [.18-.19]
564.20+worts: medicinal plants
564.20+Jews and Gentiles
564.21pappasses for paynims. Listeneth! 'Tis a tree story. How olave,
564.21+papooses
564.21+papisher: Roman Catholic (derisive)
564.21+Archaic paynim: pagan; Muslim
564.21+Czech list: a leaf
564.21+Czech tis: yew-tree
564.21+true
564.21+French triste: sad
564.21+Irish ollav: sage
564.21+olive tree
564.22that firile, was aplantad in her liveside. How tannoboom held
564.22+firtree
564.22+Latin membrum virile: penis
564.22+planted
564.22+(creation of Eve from a rib taken from Adam's side)
564.22+Liffeyside
564.22+German Tannenbaum: pinetree
564.23tonobloom. How rood in norlandes. The black and blue marks
564.23+ton of bloom
564.23+Dutch boom: tree
564.23+Dutch rood: red
564.23+Archaic rood: cross
564.23+(lash marks on his bottom)
564.24athwart the weald, which now barely is so stripped, indicate the
564.24+German Wald: forest
564.25presence of sylvious beltings. Therewithal shady rides lend
564.25+sylvan
564.26themselves out to rustic cavalries. In yonder valley, too,
564.26+Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana (opera)
564.26+Thomas Moore: Irish Melodies: song The Mountain Sprite: 'In yonder valley there dwelt, alone' [air: The Mountain Sprite]
564.27stays mountain sprite. Any pretty dears are to be caught inside
564.27+deers
564.28but it is a bad pities of the plain. A scarlet pimparnell now
564.28+VI.B.16.014a (r): 'quiet little city of the plain'
564.28+Connacht Tribune 29 Mar 1924, 4/7: 'Mountbellow Agricultural Show': 'The number of visitors to the show stood at 4,000 in 1923. It is hoped to double this number in 1924. It is a credit to the "quiet little city of the plain" that it is capable of achieving so much by initiative, energy, and enthusiasm'
564.28+Genesis 13:12: (of Sodom and Gomorrah) 'cities of the plain'
564.28+Baroness Orczy: The Scarlet Pimpernel (named after a flower)
564.28+pimple (on his bottom)
564.28+Parnell
564.29mules the mound where anciently first murders were wanted
564.29+rules
564.29+Phoenix Park Murders, 1882
564.29+wont
564.30to take root. By feud fionghalian. Talkingtree and sinningstone
564.30+Irish fionghal: fratricide, the murder of a relative or fellow-tribesman
564.30+VI.C.3.156j (b): === VI.B.1.149b ( ): 'talking tree Afr'
564.30+Crawford: Back to the Long Grass 74: 'stately Mupundu tree with its genuine carved memorial in Africa by an African. "Talking trees," the native calls any such with a cut-out name on it'
564.30+Motif: tree/stone
564.31stay on either hand. Hystorical leavesdroppings may also be gar-
564.31+VI.B.14.199j (g): 'hysteric historic'
564.31+(Tristan sent carved bark and twigs into a stream as messages to Isolde) [460.21]
564.31+eavesdropping
564.32nered up with sir Shamus Swiftpatrick, Archfieldchaplain of Saint
564.32+Swift was dean of Saint Patrick's Cathedral
564.33Lucan's. How familiar it is to see all these interesting advenements
564.33+Motif: ear/eye (see, eyes, hear) [.34]
564.33+advenement: superaddition
564.33+French événements: events
564.34with one snaked's eyes! Is all? Yet not. Hear one's. At the bodom
564.34+snake eyes
564.34+naked eyes
564.34+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...eyes! Is...} | {Png: ...eyes. Is...}
564.34+Dutch hoor eens!: listen!
564.34+Dutch bodem: bottom
564.35fundus of this royal park, which, with tvigate shyasian gardeenen,
564.35+Latin fundus: bottom; piece of land
564.35+Danish tveægget: double-edged
564.35+gate
564.35+shy Asian
564.35+arse
564.35+German Gardinen: curtains
564.36is open to the public till night at late, so well the sissastrides so will
564.36+late at night
564.36+Slang sit-astrides: horse riders
564.36+cicatrices


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