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Tis calld Narcissus Madam.'Tis called narcissus, madam.TNK II.i.173.2
They could not be to one so faire.They could not be to one so fair.TNK II.i.177.1
I thinke I should not, Madam.I think I should not, madam.TNK II.i.178.1
Why Madam?Why, madam?TNK II.i.179.2
Yes.Yes.TNK II.i.181.2
Deinty Madam.Dainty, madam.TNK II.i.184.2
Why gentle Madam?Why, gentle madam?TNK II.i.190.2
Yet good Madam,Yet, good madam,TNK II.i.197.2
Sometimes her modesty will blow so farSometimes her modesty will blow so farTNK II.i.198
She fals for't: a MaydeShe falls for't; a maid,TNK II.i.199
If shee have any honour, would be lothIf she have any honour, would be loathTNK I.i.200
To take example by her.To take example by her.TNK II.i.201.1
I could lie downe I am sure.I could lie down, I am sure.TNK II.i.206.1
That's as we bargaine Madam,That's as we bargain, madam.TNK II.i.207.1
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