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Thorough, prep. through: “to show her bleeding body t. Rome,” Lucr. 1851. “go t. the streets,” Wiv. IV, 5, 32. “t. bush, t. brier, . . . t. flood, t. fire,” Mids. II, 1, 3. 5 (Q2 Ff through). and t. this distemperature we see the seasons alter, 106 (Q2 F1.4 through). “how he glisters t. my rust,” Wint. III, 2, 172 (O. Edd. through). with “Cain go wander t. shades of night,” R2 V, 6, 43 (Qq through; Ff through the shades). “the false revolting Normans t. thee disdain to call us lord,” H6B IV, 1, 87. “be led t. our streets,” Cor. V, 3, 115 (F1 through). “whose eyes do never give but t. laughter,” Tim. IV, 3, 492. “these words become your lips as they pass t. them,” V, 1, 198. “will follow the fortunes and affairs of noble Brutus t. the hazards of this untrod state,” Caes. III, 1, 136. “to be led t. the streets of Rome,” V, 1, 110. “t. tattered clothes small vices do appear,” Lr. IV, 6, 168 (Qq through).
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