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I (my Lord) and feareAy, my lord, and fearWT III.iii.2.2
We haue Landed in ill time: the skies looke grimly,We have landed in ill time: the skies look grimly,WT III.iii.3
And threaten present blusters. In my conscienceAnd threaten present blusters. In my conscience,WT III.iii.4
The heauens with that we haue in hand, are angry,The heavens with that we have in hand are angryWT III.iii.5
And frowne vpon's.And frown upon's.WT III.iii.6
Make your best haste, and go notMake your best haste, and go notWT III.iii.9.2
Too-farre i'th Land: 'tis like to be lowd weather,Too far i'th' land: 'tis like to be loud weather.WT III.iii.10
Besides this place is famous for the CreaturesBesides, this place is famous for the creaturesWT III.iii.11
Of prey, that keepe vpon't.Of prey that keep upon't.WT III.iii.12.1
I am glad at heartI am glad at heartWT III.iii.13.2
To be so ridde o'th businesse. To be so rid o'th' business.WT III.iii.14.1
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