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  • In Corpus Christus Colledge wch is but small there I was entertained at supper and eate of their very good bread and beare which is remarkably the best anywhere Oxford Bread is.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • And if she haue occasion to go frome the house, that yet she shal haue no matter of trouble, nether to, folowe her, nether to be offered vnto her, as commonlie there must be to such as beare authoritie: And with

    The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women.

  • Revels and merriment after the old English custome; [they] prepared to sett up a Maypole upon the festivall day . . . and therefore brewed a barrell of excellent beare [beer] . . . to be spent, with other good cheare, for all commers of that day . . .

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • No, but he is taking too long on allowing the Justice dept. to arrest Dick Cheney and George Bush on statring an illegal war and they beare all the responsibility for all the bitter, awful fruit that has come from the that Lie.

    CNN Poll: Is Obama taking too long on Afghanistan decision?

  • For which reason, more than any other, the Department of Homeland Security was originally created. hag of beare says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Endgame

  • What about the behavioural benefith of a shovel the snow yourself comunity? hag of beare says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Snow Day

  • Then numbers great of Tapers large, both men and women beare

    Leap Year -- Day

  • For who would beare the Whips and Scornes of time, […]

    Fear Makes The World Go Round

  • So, I cut it up yes, probably a sacrilege and made her garter, ring-beare's pillow, and some other things out of the dress and lace.

    Wedding Gown -- Found!

  • A chaier of crimson velvet, the seate and backe partlie embrothered, with R.L. in cloth of goulde, the beare and ragged staffe in clothe of silver, garnished with lace and fringe of goulde, silver, and crimson silck.

    Kenilworth

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