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land: applied to the human body John IV. ii. 245 “this fleshly ,” Lucr. 439 “the heart of all her ” ∥ In Tp. IV. i. 130, LLL. V. ii. 310 “land” is taken by some to be LAUND, but it is to be noticed that in both passages it is used for the sake of rhyme (“command, hand”).
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