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- noun Obsolete spelling of
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Staffe in our vulgare Poesie I know not why it should be so called, unless it be for that we vnderstand it for a bearer or supporter of a song or ballad, not vnlike the old weake bodie, that is stayed vp by his staffe, and were not otherwise able to walke or to stand vpright.
Staffe in our vulgare Poesie I know not why it should be so called, vnlesse it be for that we vnderstand it for a bearer or supporter of a song or ballad not vnlike the old weake bodie, that is stayed vp by his staffe, and were not otherwise able to walke or to stand vpright.
This is strange work for a forger of antique readings, a man who is supposed to be detected at his work by writing "bodie" in ink, when his pencil memorandum was "body."
Truly Theise dissemblers do not giue to god this worshipp of mynde and bodie which is due vnto him/but the Idolatrie of mynd and bodie they do commytt/bothe because they owtwardlie do ioyne with papistes in their Idolatrie/and because in their mynde they do persuade them selues that it is lawfull for them so to do.
A Treatise of the Cohabitation Of the Faithful with the Unfaithful A Treatise of the Cohabitation Of the Faithful with the Unfaithful by Peter Martyr; Wherunto is Added A Sermon made of the Confessing of Christ and His Gospel and of the Denying of the same, by Henry Bullinger
The "bodie" may be a gentleman of independent means (a hundred a year from the Funds), fussing about in spats and light check breeches; or he may be a jobbing gardener; but he is equally a "bodie."
She leaves bodie, companies, and now countries in her wake.
How so? these two are entirely obvious and it is indeed as simple as can be. both are obedient – disposed to obedience – but gone astray and punished. bodie is scrupulously obedient but to wicked (black) masters (one merely uppity, one diabolical); omar is scrupulously obedient but only to the establishment and its hierarchy in general and in the abstract, as a code.
August 30, 2009 at 3:33 pm o kay, ai try mai new inbenshun, teh full bodie splort purrrtekshun suit
November 1, 2009 at 7:56 am skwee! ai wus ah box fer Catnival lhast yurr! unfertyuntly moofment wus kwait limitedz… coinsideraytin boxses not be so ergonomiccs wit da hoomin bodie
In fact, the last of these is reputed to wreak such havoc on digestion that the 17th century English botanist John Gerard once remarked of them, “Which way soeuer they be drest and eaten they stirre and cause a filthie loathsome stinking winde within the bodie, thereby causing the belly to be pained and tormented and are a meat more fit for swine than men.”
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