from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- etc. See ley, etc.
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But sothe it is, that this confessioun was first and kyndely: but seynt Petre the apostle, and thei that camen aftre him, han ordeynd to make here confessioun to man; and be gode resoun: for thei perceyveden wel, that no syknesse was curable, by gode medycyne to leye therto, but zif men knewen the nature of the maladye.
And zif here fadre had not ben dronken, he hadde not y leye with hem.
And when he had remembered himself he threw away his sword, and judged himself better to vanquish in suffering of death, than to leye his holy hands in the blood of the felons.
I told him privately, in Mr. Gosnold's tent, that indeede I had caused half a pint of pease to be sodden with a peese of pork, of my own provision, for a poore old man, which in a sicknes (whereof he died) he much desired; and said, that if out of his malice he had given it out otherwise, that hee did tell a leye.
And the kyng began to leye his sege to the town of
Yup, sometimes, you know dil pashori ke leye, we get into some pizza place and eat vegi pizza, yup vegi pizza And whats interesting to note is that they have a buffet for pizza, pizza + pasta + salad actually.
(whereof he died) he much desired; and said, that if out of his malice he had given it out otherwise, that hee did tell a leye.