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pansies “that's for thoughts,” HAMLET, iv. 5. 173 (where Ophelia seems to be addressing Laertes). The pansy is the viola tricolour, called also heart's-ease, love-in-idleness, etc.: it “is for thoughts,” on account of its name,—from the Fr. pensée.

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