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Strona 24 - And j>at men haldes here noght elles, Bot welthe and angre in whilk men dwelles. parfor worldly happe es ay in dout, Whilles dam fortune turnes hir whele about.
Strona 27 - Et respondens angelus dixit ei: Spiritus sanctus superveniet in te, et virtus Altissimi obumbrabit tibi, ideoque et quod nascetur ex te sanctum vocabitur Filius Dei.
Strona 10 - And his heved feble and dysy; 165 pan waxes his gast seke and sare, And his face rouncles, ay mare and mare ; His mynde es short when he oght thynkes, His nese ofte droppes, his hand stynkes...
Strona 324 - Parvulus enim natus est nobis, et filius datus est nobis ; et factus est principatus super humerum eius ; et vocabitur nomen eius Admirabilis, Consiliarius, Deus, Fortis, Pater futuri saeculi, Princeps pacis.
Strona 27 - Exaudi orationem meam, Domine, et deprecationem meam; auribus percipe lacrymas meas. Ne sileas, quoniam advena ego sum apud te, et peregrinus sicut omnes patres mei.
Strona 50 - In chapon necke pou close hit po, Or elles in paunche of grys hit pyt, And rost hit wele, and pen dore hit With oute, with batere of egges and floure, To serve in sale or ellys in boure.
Strona 189 - And of pe sext part of bis boke made ende. Now wille I tylle pe sevend part wende; cf. 1048, 1654, 1658, 1761, 2700, 2708, 2786, 2892, 2967, 2971, 356o, 3798, 5223, 6244, 6286, 6402, 6436, 6591, 6998, 7296, 7885, 8167, 8181 etc. Der formelhafte charakter gewisser redewendungen , wie er der romanzenpoesie...
Strona 3 - Of our kynd fat in us es." 505 pus when fe tyme come of oure birthe, Al made sorow and na mirthe ; Naked we come hider, and bare, And pure, swa sal we hethen fare. 509 CONJECTTJBED PHOOTNCIATION Of KlCHAKD EoiXE BE HAMPOLE. Dhe Pr«k of Kon -glens
Strona 10 - His eres waxes deef, and hard to here, His tung fayles, his speche is noght clere, His mouthe slavers, his tethe rotes, His wyttes fayles, and he ofte dotes...
Strona 61 - Bailey (Lat. £allium}, a name given to the courts or wards of a castle formed by the spaces between the circuits of walls or defences which surrounded the keep : sometimes there were two or three of these courts between the outer wall and the keep, divided from each other by embattled walls. The name is frequently retained long after the castle itself has disappeared; as the Old Bailey in London, St.

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