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kiss “thee; then the rot returns To thine own lips again—I will not,” TIMON OF ATHENS, iv. 3. 63. “This alludes to an opinion in former times, generally prevalent, that the venereal infection transmitted to another left the infecter free. I will not, says Timon, take the rot from thy lips by kissing thee” (JOHNSON) .

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