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bare “Christian—Which is much in a,” THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, iii. 1. 270. Launce is quibbling on. “Bare has two senses: mere and naked. Launce uses it in both, and opposes the naked female to the water-spaniel covered with hairs of remarkable thickness(STEEVENS) .

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