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Long (most M. Edd 'long), adv., followed by of, == by the fault of, owing to: “you must not be so quick. 'tis l. of you that spur me with such questions,” LLL II, 119. “all this coil is l. of you,” Mids. III, 2, 339. “all l. of this vile traitor Somerset,” H6A IV, 3, 33. H6A IV, 3, 33 “so 'twere not l. of him,” H6C IV, 7, 32. “all this is l. of you,” Cor. V, 4, 32. “l. of her it was that we meet here,” Cymb. V, 5, 271.
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