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kind nature: “the deed of kind,” THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, i. 3. 80 ; “the cat will after kind,” AS YOU LIKE IT, iii. 2. 93 ; “thy youth and kind,” AS YOU LIKE IT, iv. 3. 59 ; “Your cuckoo sings by kind,” ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, i. 3. 60 ; “in their kind they speak it,” ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, i. 3. 170 ; “Fitted by kind for rape and villany,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, ii. 1. 116 ; “fell curs of bloody kind,” TITUS ANDRONICUS, ii. 3. 281 ; “from quality and kind,” JULIUS CAESAR, i. 3. 64 ; “the worm will do his kind” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, v. 2. 261 ( “the serpent will act according to his nature,” JOHNSON) ; “to change their kinds,” THE RAPE OF LUCRECE, 1147.

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