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576.01scabie, handed down to the jury of the Liffey that, as a matter of
576.01+
576.02tact, the woman they gave as free was born into contractual in-
576.02+fact
576.02+Hall Caine (1853-1931 Manx novelist): The Woman Thou Gavest Me (1913)
576.03capacity (the Calif of Man v the Eaudelusk Company) when, how
576.03+Calf of Man, on the Isle of Man
576.03+French eau de vie: brandy
576.03+odalisque: concubine in harem
576.03+Irish duileasc: edible seaweed
576.03+Lusk: village, County Dublin
576.04and where mamy's mancipium act did not apply and therefore held
576.04+VI.B.7.239b (g): 'mancipium'
576.04+Vico: Principj di una Scienza Nuova II.xxvi: (of acquisition of land) 'Determinazione delle prime Occupazioni, Usucapioni e Mancipazioni' (Italian 'Determination of the first Occupations, Usucaptions and Mancipations') [537.23]
576.04+Latin mancipium: in Roman law, the formal transfer of ownership through a process of solemn witnessed verbal contract; land, goods or slaves so purchased
576.05supremely that, as no property in law can exist in a corpse,
576.05+
576.06(Hal Kilbride v Una Bellina) Pepigi's pact was pure piffle (loud
576.06+Henry VIII (who killed two of his brides) and Anne Boleyn (one of the two)
576.06+[203.02]
576.06+Kilbride, village, County Wicklow
576.06+Italian una bellina: a pretty tale
576.06+Ballina, town, County Mayo
576.06+Latin pepigi: I have fastened, I have promised, I have driven in [.08] [575.29]
576.07laughter) and Wharrem would whistle for the rhino. Will you,
576.07+Slang rhino: money
576.07+Lewis Carroll: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ch. X: 'Will you, won't you, will you, won't you, will you join the dance?'
576.08won't you, pango with Pepigi? Not for Nancy, how dare you do!
576.08+Latin pango: I fasten, I promise, I drive in [.06] [574.28]
576.08+tango
576.08+how do you do
576.09And whew whewwhew whew.
576.09+
576.10    — He sighed in sleep.
576.10+{{Synopsis: III.4.4M.A: [576.10-576.17]: let us go back to bed — from the twins' room to the parents'}}
576.11    — Let us go back.
576.11+
576.12    — Lest he forewaken.
576.12+German verwachen: stay awake
576.13    — Hide ourselves.
576.13+
576.14     While hovering dreamwings, folding around, will hide from
576.14+[355.15] [565.30] [566.05] [578.01] [580.21] [583.23] [585.20] [590.27]
576.15fears my wee mee mannikin, keep my big wig long strong mano-
576.15+Manneken-Pis: statue in Brussels of a child urinating
576.15+Variants: {FnF, Vkg, JCM: ...keep my...} | {Png: ...keep by...}
576.15+man o' men
576.16men, guard my bairn, mon beau.
576.16+French mon beau: my beautiful (masculine)
576.17    — To bed.
576.17+
576.18     Prospector projector and boomooster giant builder of all
576.18+{{Synopsis: III.4.4M.B: [576.18-577.35]: a prayer to a road-creating divinity — for the parents' safe journey between the rooms, back to the conjugal bed}}
576.18+nursery rhyme Hector Protector
576.18+Dutch boom: tree
576.18+German Baumeister: master builder
576.18+Henrik Ibsen: all plays: The Master Builder
576.18+Dutch oost: east
576.18+Giant's Causeway, County Antrim
576.19causeways woesoever, hopping offpoint and true terminus of
576.19+woe
576.19+whatsoever
576.19+hopping-off point
576.20straxstraightcuts and corkscrewn perambulaups, zeal whence to
576.20+Swedish strax: Danish straks: Norwegian straks: German stracks: immediately, at once, straightaway, straight
576.20+straight/corkscrewed (roads)
576.20+corpse-strewn
576.20+loops
576.20+German Ziel: goal
576.21goal whither, wonderlust, in sequence to which every muckle
576.21+proverb Many a little makes a mickle (sometimes 'many a mickle makes a muckle', although both mean 'much')
576.22must make its mickle, as different as York from Leeds, being the
576.22+proverb As different as chalk from cheese
576.23only wise in a muck's world to look on itself from beforehand;
576.23+ways
576.23+Irish muc: pig
576.24mirrorminded curiositease and would-to-the-large which bring
576.24+Samuel Taylor Coleridge: other works: Biographia Literaria, ch. 15: 'myriad-minded Shakespeare' (mentioned in James Joyce: Ulysses.9.768)
576.24+curiosities
576.24+tease
576.24+world
576.25hills to molehunter, home through first husband, perils behind
576.25+bring mountains to Mohammed
576.25+phrase making a mountain out of a molehill
576.25+Stevenson: 'and the hunter home from the hill'
576.25+Matthew 7:6: 'pearls before swine'
576.26swine and horsepower down to hungerford, prick this man and
576.26+Hungerford: three English villages and towns
576.26+Hurdle Ford (name of Dublin)
576.26+Ford car
576.26+Slang prick: penis
576.27tittup this woman, our forced payrents, Bogy Bobow with his
576.27+tit
576.27+our first parents (Adam and Eve)
576.27+pay rent
576.27+Russian Bog: God
576.27+Italian babau: bogy, dreaded monster
576.27+Slang bow: penis
576.28cunnyngnest couchmare, Big Maester Finnykin with Phenicia
576.28+Slang cunt: female genitalia
576.28+Conyngham Road, Dublin
576.28+couch (of psychoanalyst)
576.28+French cauchemar: nightmare
576.28+Henrik Ibsen: all plays: Bygmester Solness (The Master Builder)
576.28+Finnegan
576.28+Phoenix Park
576.29Parkes, lame of his ear and gape of her leg, most correctingly,
576.29+
576.30we beseach of you, down their laddercase of nightwatch service
576.30+(staircase)
576.31and bring them at suntime flush with the nethermost gangrung
576.31+sometime
576.31+(bottom rung)
576.31+Dialect gang: walk, go
576.32of their stepchildren, guide them through the labyrinth of their
576.32+
576.33samilikes and the alteregoases of their pseudoselves, hedge them
576.33+semi-likes
576.33+alter-egos
576.33+pseudo-selves
576.34bothways from all roamers whose names are ligious, from loss
576.34+German Römer: Romans
576.34+Mark 5:9: 'My name is Legion'
576.34+Italian ligio: faithful, obedient
576.35of bearings deliver them; so they keep to their rights and be
576.35+beware
576.36ware of duty frees, neoliffic smith and magdalenian jinnyjones,
576.36+duty-free liquor on voyage
576.36+Neolithic period
576.36+Magdalenian culture in the Upper Palæolithic period
576.36+Anglo-Irish jinnyjos: airborne seeds (e.g. dandelion's), thistledown
576.36+Jenny Jones: character in Tom Jones


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