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  • v. grow beyond or across


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  • Then said she, Go to the Khan and, when my husband cometh to thee and inviteth thee, say to him, ‘O my brother, a son of Adam is apt to be burdensome, and when his visits grow over frequent, both generous and niggard loathe him. 421 How then shall I go with thee every night and lie I and thee, on the saloon?

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night


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