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“Recorder Charles Fleetwood listed the Pressing Iron in Southwark and the Rose at Newington Butts as two of many haunts around London used as "Harboringe Howses for Maisterles Men, and for such as lyve by theifte and other such lyke Sheefts.”
“In their initial performance of Henry's bequest to his daughters, the will's executors (who were also King Edward's privy councilors) assumed that the bequest referred to a yearly allowance, a "pencion" for each princess to "lyve on.”
“April 19, 2010 at 8:47 pm an du yu noh hao hard teh lyve trapps is tu fynd?”
“Adn teh MAHNSTURS dat lyve in teh clawset doan dere”
“Ahll bee tere laiter butt nawt sew mush fun az seein it lyve.”
“July 13, 2009 at 6:46 am ohai Mitts, ai two waz lurkin til dis weke n fawt ai wud say hai on lyve ICHC. aifinkso dere iz many gud peeps here makin uvver peeps larf n be happi n ai onnored to bee a part ov it awl. hugs to awl cheezpeeps”
“AhProPoe of nuffin but I felted compelled to sey it enneywheys, Mrs. Judson an I wented to see/hear Sir Paul McCartney play sum lyve moosic at the new Shea Stadium ober teh weekweekweakened.”
“March 6, 2008 at 2:39 pm iz teh lyve-akshun Choo-Choo Bear!”
“Josephe of Aramathie had put oure Lord thereinne: the whiche ston the 3 Maries sawen turnen upward, whan thei comen to the sepulcre, the day of his resurrexioun; and there founden an aungelle, that tolde hem of oure Lordes uprysynge from dethe to lyve.”
“And zif that sche love more to lyve with here children, than for to dye with hire husbonde, men holden hire for fals and cursed; ne schee schalle never ben loved ne trusted of the peple.”
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