VALERIUS
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The King cals for you; yet be leaden footedThe King calls for you; yet be leaden-footedTNK I.ii.84
Till his great rage be off him. Phebus whenTill his great rage be off him. Phoebus, whenTNK I.ii.85
He broke his whipstocke and exclaimd againstHe broke his whipstock and exclaimed againstTNK I.ii.86
The Horses of the Sun, but whisperd tooThe horses of the sun, but whispered toTNK I.ii.87
The lowdenesse of his Fury.The loudness of his fury.TNK I.ii.88.1
Theseus (who where he threates appals,) hath sentTheseus, who where he threats appals, hath sentTNK I.ii.90
Deadly defyance to him, and pronouncesDeadly defiance to him and pronouncesTNK I.ii.91
Ruine to Thebs, who is at hand to sealeRuin to Thebes; who is at hand to sealTNK I.ii.92
The promise of his wrath.The promise of his wrath.TNK I.ii.93.1
Tis in motion'Tis in motion;TNK I.ii.105.2
The intelligence of state came in the instantThe intelligence of state came in the instantTNK I.ii.106
With the defier.With the defier.TNK I.ii.107.1
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