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“Et me felle necant amariora. like a summer fly or sphinx's wings, or a rainbow of all colours,”
“ Amor melle et felle est faecundissimus, gustum dat dulcem et amarum.”
“Jarenlang hebben sceptici hem achtervolgd met felle kritiek op zijn reconstructies van het vroegere klimaat op aarde.”
“And treuly I have seen of Paynemes and Sarazines, that men clepen Augurynes, that whan wee ryden in armes in dyverse contrees, upon oure enemyes, be the flyenge of foules, thei wolde telle us the prenosticaciouns of thinges that felle aftre: and so thei diden fulle often tymes, and profreden here hedes to wedde, but zif it wolde falle as thei seyden.”
“But upon that montayne, to gon up, this monk had gret desire; and so upon a day, he wente up: and whan he was upward the 3 part of the montayne, he was so wery, that he myghte no ferthere, and so he rested him, and felle o slepe; and whan he awook, he fonde him self lyggynge at the foot of the montayne.”
“Machomete made hire to beleeve, that alle tymes, whan he felle so,”
“And whan he felle in poverte, he was 78 zeer of age.”
“Also whan the Chane of Cathay hadde wonen the contree of Cathay, and put in subieccioun and undre fote many contrees abouten, he felle seek.”
“And Machomete felle often in the grete sikenesse, that men callen the fallynge evylle: wherfore the lady was fulle sorry, that evere sche toke him to husbonde.”
“Noes flode, that wasted the softe ground and the tendre, and felle doun into valeyes: and the harde erthe, and the roche abyden mountaynes, whan the soft erthe and tendre wax nessche, throghe the water, and felle and becamen valeyes.”
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