article (n.) 1
clause, term, provision
2H4 IV.i.168 [Archbishop to Westmorland, of the schedule] Each several article herein redressed
2H4 IV.i.73 [Archbishop to Westmorland] [we] have the summary of all our griefs ... to show in articles
2H6 I.i.215 [York alone] Suffolk concluded on the articles
3H6 I.i.180 [Westmorland to all] I cannot stay to hear these articles
3H6 III.iii.135 [Lewis to Warwick, of marriage between Edward and Bona] forthwith shall articles be drawn
AC II.ii.86 [Caesar to Antony] You have broken / The article of your oath
Cym I.v.153 [Posthumus to Iachimo] let us have articles betwixt us [i.e. a formal agreement]
H5 V.ii.325 [Westmorland to King Henry, of the French King] The King hath granted every article
H5 V.ii.78 [French King to King Henry] I have but with a cursitory eye / O'erglanced the articles
H5 V.ii.94 [Queen Isabel to King Henry] Haply a woman's voice may do some good, / When articles too nicely urged be stood on
H8 I.i.169 [Buckingham to Norfolk, of Wolsey] This cunning Cardinal / The articles o'th' combination drew / As himself pleased
Ham I.i.94 [Horatio to Marcellus and Barnardo, of King Hamlet's legal agreement with old Fortinbras] by the same covenant / And carriage of the article designed
Oth III.iii.22 [Desdemona to Cassio] If I do vow a friendship, I'll perform it / To the last article

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