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Entitled, having a title or claim: “let our hands part, neither e. in the other's heart,” LLL V, 2, 822 (i. e. neither having a claim to the other's heart). “for whether beauty, birth, or wealth, or wit, or any of these all, or all, or more, e. in their parts, do crowned sit,” Sonn. 37, 7 (i. e. or more excellencies having a just claim to the first place as their due. Blundering M. Edd. e. in thy parts).*
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