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  • Fleetwood that the owner of the Theatre was a "stubborne fellow," and advised that he be sent for and "bounde" -- would have given advice and information so unfriendly to their own manager, and there cannot be the slightest doubt that Burbage was "the owner" of the Theatre from 1576 to

    Shakespeare's Lost Years in London, 1586-1592

  • Even an illetrate person is rational, the only difference being that he is bounde rational on the knowledge that he has.

    How Irrational are Voters?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Homeward bounde, must quicklie go, To that ende - a donkey stole!

    Making Light: Open thread 137

  • Therefore if any of these said persons come in love unto us, we cannot in conscience lay violent hands upon them, but give them free egresse and regresse unto our Town, and houses, as God shall persuade our consciences, for we are bounde by the law of God and man to doe good unto all men and evil to noe man.

    Archive 2007-12-16

  • Therefore if any of these said persons come in love unto us, we cannot in conscience lay violent hands upon them, but give them free egresse and regresse unto our Town, and houses, as God shall persuade our consciences, for we are bounde by the law of God and man to doe good unto all men and evil to noe man.

    A Free Englishman's Manifesto?

  • Wee are bounde by the law to do good unto all men, especially to those of the household of faith.

    The blogosphere is talking to me.

  • Therefore if any of these said persons come in love unto us, we cannot in conscience lay violent hands upon them, but give them free egresse and regresse unto our Town, and houses, as God shall persuade our consciences, for we are bounde by the law of God and man to doe good unto all men and evil to noe man.

    The blogosphere is talking to me.

  • The donne cutte: the body of blacke wull & a yelow lyste after eyther syde: the wynges of the bosarde bounde on wyth barkyd hempe.

    Philocrites: It's Friday: Time for Middle English cooking!

  • The frame covered with velvet, bounde aboute the edge with goulde lace, and studded with gilte nailes.

    Kenilworth

  • First they ferried vs ouer, and then our carts, putting one wheele into one lyter, and the other wheele into another lyter, hauing bounde both the lyters together, and so they rowe them ouer.

    The iournal of frier William de Rubruquis a French man of the order of the minorite friers, vnto the East parts of the worlde. An. Dom. 1253.

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