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Mopsa must be your Mistris: marry Garlick to Mopsa must be your mistress. Marry, garlic toWT IV.iv.163
mend her kissing with.mend her kissing with!WT IV.iv.164
   
He hath promis'd you more then that, or thereHe hath promised you more than that, or thereWT IV.iv.237
be lyars.be liars.WT IV.iv.238
   
Blesse me from marrying a Vsurer.Bless me from marrying a usurer!WT IV.iv.266
   
Is it true too, thinke you.Is it true too, think you?WT IV.iv.280
   
We had the tune on't, a month agoe.We had the tune on't a month ago.WT IV.iv.292
   
Whether?Whither?WT IV.iv.297.1
   
Whether?Whither?WT IV.iv.297.3
   
Me too: Let me go thether:Me too; let me go thither.WT IV.iv.300
   
If to either thou dost ill,If to either, thou dost ill.WT IV.iv.302
   
What neither?What, neither?WT IV.iv.303.2
   
Thou hast sworne my Loue to be,Thou hast sworn my love to be.WT IV.iv.304
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