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'Tis some mischance, the voyce is very direfull.'Tis some mischance: the cry is very direful.Oth V.i.38
Here's one comes in his shirt, with Light, and Weapons.Here's one comes in his shirt, with light and weapons.Oth V.i.47
This is Othello's Ancient, as I take it.This is Othello's Ancient, as I take it.Oth V.i.51
Cassio?Cassio?Oth V.i.70
I am sorry to finde you thus; / I haue beene to seeke you.I am sorry to find you thus: I have been to seek you.Oth V.i.81
What, of Venice?What! Of Venice?Oth V.i.91
Know him? I.Know him? Ay.Oth V.i.92.2
I am glad to see you.I am glad to see you.Oth V.i.95.2
Rodorigo?Roderigo!Oth V.i.97
Some good man beare him carefully from hence,Some good man bear him carefully from hence.Oth V.i.99
Ile fetch the Generall's Surgeon. For you Mistris,I'll fetch the General's surgeon. For you, mistress,Oth V.i.100
Saue you your labour. He that lies slaine heere (Cassio)Save you your labour. He that lies slain here, Cassio,Oth V.i.101
Was my deere friend. What malice was between you?Was my dear friend. What malice was between you?Oth V.i.102
What is the matter?What is the matter?Oth V.ii.170
All. ALL
Oh Heauens, forefend.O heavens forfend!Oth V.ii.185
'Tis a strange Truth.'Tis a strange truth.Oth V.ii.188
Poore Desdemon: / I am glad thy Father's dead,Poor Desdemon, I am glad thy father's dead:Oth V.ii.203
Thy Match was mortall to him: and pure greefeThy match was mortal to him, and pure griefOth V.ii.204
Shore his old thred in twaine. Did he liue now,Shore his old thread in twain. Did he live now,Oth V.ii.205
This sight would make him do a desperate turne:This sight would make him do a desperate turn,Oth V.ii.206
Yea, curse his better Angell from his side,Yea, curse his better angel from his side,Oth V.ii.207
And fall to Reprobance.And fall to reprobance.Oth V.ii.208
Fye,Fie!Oth V.ii.221.3
your Sword vpon a Woman.Your sword upon a woman!Oth V.ii.222
The woman falles: / Sure he hath kill'd his Wife.The woman falls: sure he hath killed his wife.Oth V.ii.234
Hee's gone, but his wife's kill'd.He's gone, but his wife's killed.Oth V.ii.236
If thou attempt it, it will cost thee deere;(within) If thou attempt it, it will cost thee dear;Oth V.ii.253
Thou hast no weapon, and perforce must suffer.Thou hast no weapon, and perforce must suffer.Oth V.ii.254
What is the matter?What is the matter?Oth V.ii.257.1
Torments will ope your lips.Torments will ope your lips.Oth V.ii.303.1
All that is spoke, is marr'd.All that's spoke is marred!Oth V.ii.353.2
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