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What time a day is't Apemantus?What time o' day is't, Apemantus?Tim I.i.260
That time serues still.That time serves still.Tim I.i.262
Hang thy selfe.Hang thyself.Tim I.i.271
Hee's opposite to humanity.He's opposite to humanity.Tim I.i.277
Comes shall we in,Come, shall we inTim I.i.278
And raste Lord Timons bountie: he out-goesAnd taste Lord Timon's bounty? He outgoesTim I.i.279
The verie heart of kindnesse.The very heart of kindness.Tim I.i.280
The Noblest minde he carries,The noblest mind he carriesTim I.i.285.2
That euer gouern'd man.That ever governed man.Tim I.i.286
Ile keepe you Company. I'll keep you company.Tim I.i.288
My Lord, we alwaies haue confest it.My lord, we always have confessed it.Tim I.ii.20
Might we but haue that happinesse myMight we but have that happiness, myTim I.ii.82
Lord, that you would once vse our hearts, whereby welord, that you would once use our hearts, whereby weTim I.ii.83
might expresse some part of our zeales, we should thinkemight express some part of our zeals, we should thinkTim I.ii.84
our selues for euer perfect.ourselves for ever perfect.Tim I.ii.85
You see my Lord, how ample y'are belou'd.You see, my lord, how ample y'are beloved.Tim I.ii.128
Where be our men?Where be our men?Tim I.ii.162
I am so farre already in your guifts.I am so far already in your gifts.Tim I.ii.170
All. ALL
So are we all.So are we all.Tim I.ii.171
All Lor. ALL THE LORDS
O none so welcome.O, none so welcome.Tim I.ii.219
We are so vertuously bound.We are so virtuously bound – Tim I.ii.229
The best of Happines, Honor, and FortunesThe best of happiness, honour, and fortunesTim I.ii.233
Keepe with you Lord Timon.Keep with you, Lord Timon!Tim I.ii.234
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