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wage to be opposed as equal stakes in a wager: “His taints and honours Waged equal with him” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, v. 1. 31 ( “Were opposed to each other in just proportions, like the counterparts of a wager,” STEEVENS) ; “nor the commodity wages not with the danger” PERICLES, iv. 2. 30. ( “that is, is not equal to it,” STEEVENS)

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