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  • But till — or tille or tylle or til — continued to be used, developing much the same meaning as untill.

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  • But till — or tille or tylle or til — continued to be used, developing much the same meaning as untill.

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  • In that contree and in Ethiope and in many other contrees, the folk lyggen alle naked in ryveres and watres, men and wommen to gedre, fro undurne of the day, tille it be passed the noon.

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  • Wee have ben in perpetuelle pees tille now, that thou come to disherite us; and also wee have a kyng, nought for to do justice to every man, for he schalle fynde no forfete amonge us; but for to kepe noblesse, and for to schewe that wee ben obeyssant, wee have a kyng.

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  • And he abode, tille the damysele saughe the schadewe of him in the myrour.

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  • And aftre hem, another; tille alle the dyverse maner of fissches han ben there, and that men han taken of hem, that hem lykethe.

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  • From that cytee, men gon be watre, solacynge and disportynge hem, tille thei come to an abbey of monkes, that is faste bye, that ben gode religious men, after here feythe and lawe.

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  • And thanne thei schullen chacen him and pursuen him so streyte, tille that he come to the same place, that he cam fro.

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  • Men hewen the trees with an hatchet, alle aboute the fote of the tree, tille that the bark be parted in many parties; and than comethe out ther of a thikke lykour, the whiche thei resceyven in vesselles, and dryen it at the hete of the sonne; and than thei han it to a mylle to grynde; and it becomethe faire mele and white.

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  • And thanne thei schullen dyggen and mynen so strongly, tille that thei fynden the zates, that Kyng

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