JEWELLER
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Nay that's most fixt.Nay, that's most fixed.Tim I.i.9.2
I haue a Iewell heere.I have a jewel here – Tim I.i.12.2
If he will touch the estimate. But for that---If he will touch the estimate. But for that – Tim I.i.14
And rich: heere is a Water looke ye.And rich. Here is a water, look ye.Tim I.i.18
What my Lord, dispraise?What, my lord, dispraise?Tim I.i.169.2
My Lord, 'tis ratedMy lord, 'tis ratedTim I.i.172.2
As those which sell would giue: but you well know,As those which sell would give. But you well knowTim I.i.173
Things of like valew differing in the Owners,Things of like value, differing in the owners,Tim I.i.174
Are prized by their Masters. Beleeu't deere Lord,Are prized by their masters. Believe't, dear lord,Tim I.i.175
You mend the Iewell by the wearing it.You mend the jewel by the wearing it.Tim I.i.176
Wee'l beare with your Lordship.We'll bear, with your lordship.Tim I.i.181.1
You know me, Apemantus?You know me, Apemantus?Tim I.i.189
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