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decrepit horse shake laughed; (t-note) formerly his habit Waving he began to go (see note) (t-note) [Even] if he were never so happy If he went once to his chamber; (t-note) that [habit] was well known newly consider broke down

constructed Such; earthly creature pillars stood far apart found Such on each stood outside examined there; (t-note) Thirteen men judgment habit they wore crowns [of their heads] were newly shorn; (see note) Their chief master went in front greeted Down;

from you sustenance on the Cross angel (see note) name coins command (see note) slay counted (see note) then burst blue (see note) He made a charter such that by made ready for [Fr.]; (see note) boon delay Before Then

rare but also because several individual carols rank high among all medieval verse of this type. Audelay displays a persistent habit of sequencing materials in generic and devotionally affective ways. His is a pious sensibility delicately honed by reverence for

whom a mass of bad habit presses down" (Augustine, On the Gospel of John 49.10.24 [PL 36.1756]). 312-13 "hu earmliche . . . i-lein longe," "how poorly he arises, who has lain long under the habit of sin." 313 Circumdederunt

the means, informs Usk's thought: if health causes my habit of eating properly, then, in Aristotelian terms, health, the cause, is greater than the thing caused, my habit, because my habit is for the sake of health. 431-32 Thilke knytten

levyn, should (or ought) to believe. 976 mornynggys, mournings. 978 nowmeryd, numbered. 979 turmentyn, torment. 983 feryth, fear. 989 abyte, habit, clothing. 991 perseverawnt, perseverant. 995 owtforth, outwardly. 996 dom, judgment. 997 her, their. 1000 sekyr, true, spiritually safe. 1002

We'll dress us all so several They shall not us perceive. "One shall wear white, another red, One yellow, another blue; Thus in disguise, to the exercise, We'll gang, whateer ensue." Forth from the green wood they are gone, With

age, though obviously several stanzas discussing wives and marriage remain. Rate shows his usual indifference to meter and follows his habit of omitting letters from the ends of words, but in other respects the text is not particularly defective. Printed

note) work; (see note) If I say it is not appropriate; (see note) labor adduce; themselves say; Paul; (see note) habit say; oaths (see note) (see note) (see note) say; two deceits are detected more [ways] ask us to stay

hue faith suppose; rage (see note) placed; cross wings as though; (see note) lovely (see note) Richard Fitzralph; (see note) habit; (see note) swineherd hastening Mohammed them; wears a crown ruined time (see note) feet (see note) (see note) pleased

reminiscent of Langland's Piers Plowman (e.g., B.4.16-21, 5.566-93, and 6.69-82). The playmate "Drawe-abak," as a companion to "Drynke-more," embodies the habit of drawing ale from a barrel. 31 The alliterative duo of Margot and Millicent might be taken as typical

2). 1512 Hys brystylyd mosel gan blwe wer as ony led. His bristled muzzle became as blue as lead. blwe: "livid, leaden-colored" (OED, blue 2). 1517-19 MS: Fyl doune that as an erthen the ground schake. Craig emends schake to

all lines underlined in red, and incipit in red. Initial: Large A in blue with red filigree (three lines high). Meter: Ten tetrameter couplets, marked by blue paraphs as two 10-line stanzas. Edition: E. Whiting, pp. 79–80 (lines 1–20).] incipit

all lines underlined in red, and incipit in red. Initial: Large A in blue with red filigree (three lines high). Meter: Ten tetrameter couplets, marked by blue paraphs as two 10-line stanzas. Edition: E. Whiting, pp. 79–80 (lines 1–20).] incipit

all lines underlined in red, and incipit in red. Initial: Large A in blue with red filigree (three lines high). Meter: Ten tetrameter couplets, marked by blue paraphs as two 10-line stanzas. Edition: E. Whiting, pp. 79–80 (lines 1–20).] incipit

all lines underlined in red, and incipit in red. Initial: Large A in blue with red filigree (three lines high). Meter: Ten tetrameter couplets, marked by blue paraphs as two 10-line stanzas. Edition: E. Whiting, pp. 79–80 (lines 1–20).] incipit

all lines underlined in red, and incipit in red. Initial: Large A in blue with red filigree (three lines high). Meter: Ten tetrameter couplets, marked by blue paraphs as two 10-line stanzas. Edition: E. Whiting, pp. 79–80 (lines 1–20).] incipit

all lines underlined in red, and incipit in red. Initial: Large A in blue with red filigree (three lines high). Meter: Ten tetrameter couplets, marked by blue paraphs as two 10-line stanzas. Edition: E. Whiting, pp. 79–80 (lines 1–20).] incipit

all lines underlined in red, and incipit in red. Initial: Large A in blue with red filigree (three lines high). Meter: Ten tetrameter couplets, marked by blue paraphs as two 10-line stanzas. Edition: E. Whiting, pp. 79–80 (lines 1–20).] incipit

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