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advice consideration: “with more advice, . . . without advice,” THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, ii. 4. 203 ; “after more advice,” MEASURE FOR MEASURE, v. 1. 462 ; “upon more advice,” THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, iv. 2. 6 ; “upon advice,” THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, i. 1. 114 ; TITUS ANDRONICUS, i. 1. 379; “lack advice,” ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, iii. 4. 19 ; “upon good advice,” RICHARD II., i. 3. 233 ; “on our more advice, ” HENRY V., ii. 2. 43 (his, Cambridge); “with advice and silent secrecy,” 2 HENRY VI., ii. 2. 68 ; “Out of your best advice,” CYMBELINE, i. 1. 156.

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