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My oh so beloved and fump addict husband showed me this a day or two ago...he knows how much I love the wreckitude!
He was a noisy contraption too quick too early in day and with small bump and flump fump with balding front tire he struck a mother duck.
De me etiam nihil eft conftitutum, qui 15 menfibus fump - tU8 incredibiles, et labores incomparabiles pertuli, nee obo - lum abcepi.
Memorial of the Most reverend father in God Thomas Cranmer,sometime lord archbishop of Canterbury : Wherein the history of the church, and reformation of it, during the primacy of the said archbishop, are greatly illustrated; and many singular matters relating thereunto, now first published (1694.)
To fay howerouded was their fump - tuous board, how delicately apparalled their guefts.
As an inftance of his liberality, that au - thor mentions the prefents he made to Al His Bis, a Mof - lem poet, who wrote a copy of verfes in praife of him, which confiited of five hundred dinars in money, a fump - tuous veft, and other coflly garments, the whole amount - ing to the value of one thoufand dinars.
Who it is that af kcth filch an accompt, eucn he that hath fo much commended abftincce, robrietie, honeft fparing, and modcftie, and abhorreth riotous fump - tuoufneffejpride. oftetation and vanitie, which allowcth no other dif - pofing of goodes, but fuch as is ioined with charitic: which hath already with his owne mouth condemned all thofe deliccfull things Cap. io.