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dup to do up, to open: “dupp'd the chamber-door,” HAMLET, iv. 5. 51. (In Harman's Caueat or Warening for Common Cursetors, etc., 1573, among the cant terms is “To dup ye gyger,” which is explained “to open the dore.” p. 66, reprint 1814.

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