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Sir he may liue,Sir, he may live.Tem II.i.115.2
I saw him beate the surges vnder him,I saw him beat the surges under him,Tem II.i.116
And ride vpon their backes; he trod the waterAnd ride upon their backs. He trod the water,Tem II.i.117
Whose enmity he flung aside: and brestedWhose enmity he flung aside, and breastedTem II.i.118
The surge most swolne that met him: his bold headThe surge most swoll'n that met him. His bold headTem II.i.119
'Boue the contentious waues he kept, and oared'Bove the contentious waves he kept, and oaredTem II.i.120
Himselfe with his good armes in lusty strokeHimself with his good arms in lusty strokeTem II.i.121
To th' shore; that ore his waue-worne basis bowedTo th' shore, that o'er his wave-worn basis bowed,Tem II.i.122
As stooping to releeue him: I not doubtAs stooping to relieve him. I not doubtTem II.i.123
He came aliue to Land.He came alive to land.Tem II.i.124.1
They vanish'd strangely.They vanished strangely.Tem III.iii.41.1
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