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in used for “into: falling in the flaws,” MEASURE FOR MEASURE, ii. 3. 11 ; “smiles his cheek in years,” LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, v. 2. 465 ; “weeping in the needless stream,” AS YOU LIKE IT, ii. 1. 46 ( “into,” Cambridge ); “I'll turn yon fellow in his grave,” RICHARD III., i. 2. 260 ; “to draw me in these vile suspects,” RICHARD III., i. 3. 89 ; “Follow thine enemy in a fiery gulf,” CORIOLANUS, iii. 2. 91 ; “turn our swords In our own proper entrails,” JULIUS CAESAR, v. 3. 96 ; “equivocates him in a sleep,” MACBETH, ii. 3. 34 ; “Looks fearfully in the confined deep,” KING LEAR, iv. 1. 75 ; “Fall'n in the practice of a damned slave,” OTHELLO, v. 2. 295 ; “I am fall'n in this offence,” CYMBELINE, iii. 6. 63 ; “Which one by one she in a river threw,” A LOVER'S COMPLAINT, 38.

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