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- verb archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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Bind a cur's tail ne'er so straightly, yet it curleth up again. '
"And the smoke curleth up chimney, and goeth out into the air: and the air cometh up Sissot's nose-thirls, and feedeth her bodily life; and Sissot maketh seventy-seven I's to six pages of parchment."
è _Gulturnio_, 6. ut & _Sapone_, 7. and wipeth him with a _Towel_, 8. combeth him with a _Comb_, 9. and curleth him with a _Crisping Iron_, 10.
Bind a cur's tail ne'er so straightly, yet it curleth up again. "
Indian Poetry Containing "The Indian Song of Songs," from the Sanskrit of the Gîta Govinda of Jayadeva, Two books from "The Iliad Of India" (Mahábhárata), "Proverbial Wisdom" from the Shlokas of the Hitopadesa, and other Oriental Poems.
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