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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of estrangle.
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Then it happed on a night that she distrained herself by the throat that she was almost estrangled, which thing
There was a woman that had a son dying, in whose throat was a bone of a fish athwart, which estrangled him, and she brought him tofore his feet, praying him that he would make her son whole.
When he came into his house and saw himself in so great poverty, he called the devils and gave himself to them; then came to him three devils which cast down Roba upon the soler and after took him by the neck, and it seemed that they would have estrangled him, in such wise that he unnethe might speak.
I believe more could be done to help parents bond with their estrangled children.
He re-engages with the outside world, hoping that the new book will restore his reputation and also reconcile him with his estrangled wife, Maya.