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band a bond: “arrested on a band,” THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, iv. 2. 49 (in what immediately follows these words Dromio quibbles on band in the sense of“bond,” and band“a band for the neck” ); “that breaks his band,” THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, iv. 3. 28 ; “thy oath and band,” RICHARD II., i. 1. 2 ; “as my furthest band Shall pass,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, iii. 2. 26 ; “cancels all bands,” 1 HENRY IV., iii. 2. 157 ; “die in bands,” 3 HENRY VI., i. 1. 186 ; “with all bands of law,” HAMLET, i. 2. 24. ( “bonds,” Cambridge)

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