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kindly natural: “that fatherly and kindly power,” MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, iv. 1. 73 ; “Frosty, but kindly” AS YOU LIKE IT, ii. 3. 53 (suited to the season); “the bishop hath a kindly gird” 1 HENRY VI., iii. 1. 131. ( “a gird akin to, in keeping with, fitting, proper to the cardinal's calling,” ARROWSMITH, Notes and Queries, First Series, vol. vii. p. 543)

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