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  • Bredde ynne the phantasie, & alleyn lyvynge there.

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  • Granting _alleyn_ to be rightly put for alone, no ancient writer, I apprehend, ever used such a phrase as this; any more than we should now say -- _my son alone_ for _my only son_.

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  • Theie alleyn [187] have syke love as to acquyre yer bredde.

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  • Thys alleyn was unburled [125] of alle mie spryte;

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  • Mie sonne, mie sonne alleyn [48], ystorven [49] ys;

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  • Mynsterres [52] alleyn [53] can boaste the hallie [54] Seyncte,

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  • As ynn the bowke [19] nete [20] alleyn [21] cann bee donne,

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  • Contents prologue chapter i: alleyn at mount moon chapter ii: according to ursula chapter iii: according to douglas chapter iv: according to fabian chapter v: according to terence chapter vi: according to the files chapter vii: according to ben wilson chapter viii: according to cliff johns chapter ix: attack chapter x: night piece chapter xi: according to arthur rubrick epilogue: according to alleyn

    Died in the Wool

  • “Any old knives to grind?” chapter viii alleyn meets the lampreys

    Death of a Peer

  • Luther Bible, Luther translated Romans 3: 28 by adding an extra German word for "alone" (alleine or alleyn) after the phrase: "justified by faith".

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