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STELLINGEN I

Magister: Hwaet gif hit unclsene beop f ixas ? Piscator: Ic ut-wyrpe t>a unclaenan ut and genime me clsene to mete.

In deze passage uit Aelfric's Colloquium zijn clöene en unclcène op te vatten als rein en onrein in den zin der Levitische spijswetten.

II

Patience and sorrow strove, Who should express her goodliest[.] You have seene, Sun shine and raine at once, her smiles and teares, Were like a better way those happy smilets, That playd on her ripe lip seeme[d] not to know What guests were in her eyes.

[King Lear IV. 3. 19 ff] O. Jespersen, in A Book of Homage 1916, p. 481 ff, en nogmaals in Philosophy of Grammar 1924, p. 28—29, veronderstelt ten onrechte een anakoluthon in deze plaats.

III

In Al. Schmidt's Shakespeare Lexicon en in C. Onion's Shakespeare Glossary, wordt condition (such sum or sums as are expressed in the condition, Merchant of

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