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  • Wel, trufe be tolde, itz Basement Cat, hu bees rlly guud ayt throweing hims voyce!

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  • Chiron when hee appeased the wrath of Achilles, tolde him the duetie of a good souldier, repeated the vertues of his father Peleus, and sung the famous enterprises of noble men.

    The More Things Change II

  • Incidentally - surprise, surprise - I never heard back from the Haigh's customer information lady after I tolde her that she'd not actually read my message about Fair Trade sourcing before sending me her stock reply about slave labour in Ghanaian cocoa plantations.

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  • And therfore I schalle telle zou, what the Soudan tolde me uppn a day, in his chambre.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • And alle be it, that the othere ben departed fro him, aftre that thei han perfourmed hire servyse, zit there abydethe contynuelly with him in court, 50000 men at horse, and 200000 men a fote; with outen mynstrelles, and tho that kepen wylde bestes and dyverse briddes, of the whiche I have tolde zou the nombre before.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Now have I tolde you of wayes, by the whyche men gon ferrest and longest; as by Babyloyne and Mounte Synay and other places many, thorewe the whyche londes, men turne azen to the lande of promyssyoun.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • But his sustre fulfilled not his wille: for als sone as he was ded, sche delyvered alle the lordes out of presoun, and lete hem gon, eche lord to his owne; and tolde hem alle the purpos of hire brothers ordynance: and so was this cursed kyng never made sorwe for, as he supposed for to have ben.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • And thanne thei tolde me, bothe on and other, how it befelle fulle many a tyme: but more I myghte not have of hem.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • For thei kepen entierly the commaundement of the holy book Alkaron, that God sente hem be his messager Machomet; to the whiche, as thei seyne, seynt Gabrielle the aungel often tyme tolde the wille of God.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Also fro Nazarethe, men gon to the Mount Thabor; and that is a 4 myle: and it is a fulle faire hille, and well highe, where was wont to ben a toun and many chirches; but thei ben alle destroyed; but zit there is a place, that men clepen the scole of God, where he was wont to teche his disciples, and tolde hem the prevytees of hevene.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

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