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  • Deathe, blodde, & fyre, scalle [93] marke the goeynge of my feete.

    The Rowley Poems

  • Lyche [a] loud dynnynge streeme scalle be mie myghte.

    The Rowley Poems

  • Damoyselle, comme awaie; you safe scalle bee wythe mee.

    The Rowley Poems

  • "Under thy longe lockes mayest thou have the _scalle_."

    Notes to Shakespeare — Volume 01: Comedies

  • I also have little tools that no one knows where they are but me, like a clothes brush, a scalle …. because if my husband would know it I would never know when I would need them super kawaii mama

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  • January 21st, 2010 at 6: 46 pm tombaker says: scalle – hope you attached 8 million dollars to each letter. otherwise, they’ll be headed to the round file from here on out.

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  • ‘When any dieth, certaine women singe a songe to the dead body, recytinge the iorney that the partie deceased must goe, and they are of beleife (such is their fondnesse) that once in their liues yt is good to giue a payre of newe shoes to a poore man; forasmuch as after this life they are to pass barefoote through a greate launde full of thornes & furzen, excepte by the meryte of the Almes aforesaid they have redeemed their forfeyte; for at the edge of the launde an aulde man shall meete them with the same shoes that were giuen by the partie when he was liuinge, and after he hath shodde them he dismisseth them to goe through thicke and thin without scratch or scalle.’

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