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govern (freq. in the gen. sense, once common): to direct, regulate, control Gent. II. vii. 74 “truer stars did Proteus' birth,” Wiv. V. i. 21 “the finest mad devil of jealousy . . . that ever g-ed frenzy,” Mer.V. IV. i. 134, Cæs. I. iii. 83, Ham. III. ii. 379 “ these ventages with your finger,” Lr. IV. vii. 19 “Be g-'d by your knowledge.”
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