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for for that, because: “for they are sent by me,” THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, iii. 1. 148 ; “For I have had such faults,” MEASURE FOR MEASURE, ii. 1. 28 ; “But for my hand, as unattempted yet,” KING JOHN, ii. 1. 591 ; “And, for my heart disdained,” RICHARD II., i. 4. 12 ; “And, for our coffers, with too great a court,” RICHARD II., i. 4. 43 ; “For it requires the royal debt it lent you,” RICHARD III., ii. 2. 95 ; “For she is with me,” OTHELLO, i. 3. 268 ; “for I am black,” OTHELLO, iii. 3. 267 ; “For we do fear the law,” CYMBELINE, iv. 2. 130.

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