SECOND VARRO'S SERVANT
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Al. ALL THE SERVANTS
What are we Apemantus?What are we, Apemantus?Tim II.ii.65
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Why?Why?Tim II.ii.67
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Gramercies good Foole: / How doesGramercies, good fool. How doesTim II.ii.71
your Mistris?your mistress?Tim II.ii.72
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I would they seru'd vs.Ay. Would they served us!Tim II.ii.96
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I Foole.Ay, fool.Tim II.ii.100
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Aside, aside, heere comes Lord Aside, aside! Here comes LordTim II.ii.123
Timon.Timon.Tim II.ii.124
By your leaue, sir.By your leave, sir.Tim III.iv.45
No matter what, hee's poore,No matter what. He's poor,Tim III.iv.63
and that's reuenge enough. Who can speake broader, thenand that's revenge enough. Who can speak broader thanTim III.iv.64
hee that has no house to put his head in? Such may raylehe that has no house to put his head in? Such may railTim III.iv.65
against great buildings.against great buildings.Tim III.iv.66
2.Var. BOTH VARRO'S SERVANTS
And ours, my Lord.And ours, my lord.Tim III.iv.89
My Lord.My lord – Tim III.iv.99
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