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O 'tis a worthy Lord.O, 'tis a worthy lord!Tim I.i.9.1
A most incomparable man, breath'd as it were,A most incomparable man, breathed, as it were,Tim I.i.10
To an vntyreable and continuate goodnesse:To an untirable and continuate goodness.Tim I.i.11
He passes.He passes.Tim I.i.12.1
O pray let's see't. For the Lord Timon, sir?O, pray, let's see't. For the Lord Timon, sir?Tim I.i.13
'Tis a good forme.'Tis a good form.Tim I.i.17.2
No my good Lord, he speakes ye common toongNo, my good lord; he speaks the common tongueTim I.i.178
Which all men speake with him.Which all men speak with him.Tim I.i.179
Hee'l spare none.He'll spare none.Tim I.i.181.2
I Apemantus.Ay, Apemantus.Tim I.i.239
If Trafficke do it, the Gods do it.If traffic do it, the gods do it.Tim I.i.241
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