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_ I met her yestereen, and she said thou shouldst have been a canting Psalmsinger.
'This hand, o' yestereen, had a ring with a great green stone.
On the morrow comes John to the goodman, and quoth he: "Master, there is small doubt that I shall one day pay thee for the pudding in the pot which thou gavest me yestereen, and after that I shall have to take my soles out of this straightway; so meseemeth I had best go hence today."
Young, man accepts life as it comes, enamored of yestereen, careless of the day, heeding little the morrow.
The palfrey which you so pleasantly noted yestereen is the sole companion of my pilgrimages to and fro for the good of this noble house.