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Id. Ibid. VII 1724, trouthe which is lief lo god and ek to man also.

Secr. Secret. 3rd transl. 173/31. Lener is hit lo me. to comaunde tho that the golde haue.

Ibid. 175/36, Lener was to ham to suffyr grete myssayse.

Ayenb. p 80, Jiet is jie zojie vayrhede, hucrwore [ie zaule to god li keft.

Ibid. p. 187, ase merci lykcp to god alsuo hit ne likt'jt nojiing to l,c dyeule, cf.

Ibid. p. 192, nc likcjt noping god; sim. ex. p. 210.

Ibid. p. 202, wyl>-oute clene invvyt, no chasteté ne lykep to god.

Chaucer, Cant. T. I 1008, thou art bounde to shewen him al the remenaunt of thy sinnes... but-if it lyke lo thee of thyn humilitee.

Id. Ibid. B. 2934, it lyke un-to your grete goodnesse to ful&llen in dede your goodliche wordes.

Id. Ibid. B 2956—'57. we been redy to comen, what day that it lyke un-to your noblesse to limite us or assigne us, for to maken our obligacioun and bond as strong as it lyketh un-to your goodnesse.

Id. Ibid. E 345, lt lyketh to your fader and to me That I yow wedde.

Gesta Rom. p. 48, hit liked to this emperour to knowe which of his doughters lovid him best.

Ibid. p. 263, this liketli wele to vs.

Gower, Conf. Am. VII 3724, it schall to ons alle lolhe.

Brunne, Handl. Synne 3701, ... one Jiat to pe is dedly lope.

Gesta Rom. p. 366, the bedde is lothc to ine.

Secr. Secret. 2»d transl. 97/8, V portours . . . to presente to him what ]>ing ys nnjster to him.

Ibid. 101/17, greet myster ys to pe, to haue conseill.

Aymon 141/5, borgons, thys worde mystre not to you for to saye.

Hampole, Works I, p. 124, It nedis to a saule Jierfor vse it-self how it may be fere fra syn. cf. Ibid. p. 126, It nedis a saul... for to lere trewly {>at he can nogth.