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distemperature “we see The seasons alter—And thorough this,” A MIDSUMMER-NIGHT'S DREAM, ii. 1. 106. Here distemperature is explained by Steevens“perturbation of the elements,” by Malone“the perturbed state in which the king and queen had lived for some time past.”

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