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lark “and loathed toad change eyes, etc.—Some say the,” ROMEO AND JULIET, iii. 5. 31. “The toad having very fine eyes, and the lark very ugly ones, was the occasion of a common saying amongst the people, that the toad and lark had changed eyes” (WARBURTON) .

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