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Themselves, 1) they or them in contradistinction to others: “things growing to t.” Ven. 166. “if pleased t., others, they think, delight in such-like circumstance,” Ven. 166 Tp. II, 1, 192. V, 32. Wiv. IV, 1, 69. Meas. I, 1, 34. I, 3, 28. I, 4, 83. II, 2, 177. Tw. III, 4, 391 (O heavens t.!) etc. etc. Refl.: Ven. 132. Ven. 132 Ven. 132 Ven. 132 Wiv. II, 2, 257. Meas. II, 4, 125. H6C I, 2, 58 etc. etc.
2) each other: “each in her sleep t. so beautify, as if between them twain there were no strife, but that life lived in death, and death in life,” Lucr. 404. “if they were but a week married, they would talk t. mad,” Ado II, 1, 369. “that for a toy, a thing of no regard, King Henry's peers and chief nobility destroyed t. and lost the realm of France,” H6A IV, 1, 147. “valour and pride excel t. in Hector; the one almost as infinite as all, the other blank as nothing,” Troil. IV, 5, 79. cf. Ourselves.
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