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affects affections: “shifts to strange affects,” MEASURE FOR MEASURE, iii. 1. 24 ; “every man with his affects is born,” LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, i. 1. 149 ; “to banish their affects with him,” RICHARD II., i. 4. 30 ; “the young affects In me defunct,” OTHELLO, i. 3. 263.

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