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parle a parley, THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, i. 2. 5; THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, i. 1. 113; KING JOHN, ii. 1. 205, 226; RICHARD II., i. 1. 192; ( “parley,” Cambridge ), RICHARD II., iii. 3. 33; HENRY V., iii. 3. 2. “Rome's emperor, and nephew, break the parle” TITUS ANDRONICUS, v. 3. 19. ( “Dr. Johnson makes the sense ‘begin the parley.’ Is it not rather ‘break off this sort of discourse’? for Lucius and Saturninus had already begun the parley by sparring language: to prevent the continuance of it Marcus interferes, by declaring that their quarrels must be adjusted by gentle words,” DOUCE)

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