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“To have savyde thy lyffe, I wolde have partyde with my landes for years thre,”
“That never after in all his lyffe-days he spayke mo wordës but ane:”
“But, Persë, and I brook my lyffe, thy deth well quyte shall be. ”
“This Sermoun ended, in the whiche he did vehementlie exhorte all man to amendment of lyffe, to prayaris, and to the warkis of charitie, the myndis of men began wounderouslye to be erected.”
“Syke  ys the waie of lyffe; the loverds  ente ”
“Botte lette me heere thie waie of lyffe, and thenne 65”
“Syke is a picte  of lyffe: the manne of myghte”
“Theie yeave mee lyffe and dyd mie bowkie  kepe;”
“For ther is in hym soche lernynge, so vertuouse lyffe, soche purenes of maneres, that a mã cowld wyshe no gyfte of a parfayte Byshope in him, that he hathe nat.”
“_ No, thankyd be god, I haue faryd as well syns I went hens, as euer I dyd in all my lyffe.”
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