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- pro. Obsolete form of himself.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- pro. See 1st himself.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Obsolete variants of himself.
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Two in Shakespeare — and I see that one of these: “And every one to rest themselves betakes,” from the poem Lucrece was actually published in the original 1594 edition, and a second edition, as “And every one to rest himselve betakes,” being changed — by author? by printer?
So little on the subject exists in these “studies” that Balhorn is reduced to giving a prominent place, in quotes, to the same Shakespeare quote from Lucrece that I have previously noted, without bothering to mention that “themselves” was originally written as “himselve,” so that it barely counts as a real instance atall.
Two in Shakespeare — and I see that one of these: “And every one to rest themselves betakes,” from the poem Lucrece was actually published in the original 1594 edition, and a second edition, as “And every one to rest himselve betakes,” being changed — by author?
Noble takes the complaint himselve, being that he was supposed to be manning the front desk himself and no one has yet helped her.
Might add that his position is now consistent with, and more detailed than, Murtha, and Kerry could help himselve by say, “yes” when asked if that is true.
Report Abuse betrayed him? we looked the other way when this theiving rat stole 45 billion dollarsof egyptian money? us taxpayer $$? to make himselve the 5 richest person in the world Do NOT Buy Car Insurance!
What Jack K did was not assist, but actually inject the lethal cocktail himselve, so he killed someone, they didn't kill themselves No. yes, it is wrong!
The master himselve might have enjoyed twittering as he states
But when you're in danger of turning into Fulham, you have to take a short-sighted view at least for a while. hope this is true mike ashley would do himselve and the club a massive favour, but still dennis wise has to go, i just dont trust him.
It was Perry’s (for Perry was the Loud Mayor) job to provide (and Perry’s great pleasure I might add) a new and exciting (and it usually was) thrill and spectacular performer (sometimes a dwarf was used), this year Perry had surpassed himselve by getting a Wrestling Dog!