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four “hours—Any time these,” THE WINTER'S TALE, v. 2. 131 ; “I will peat his pate four days,” HENRY V., v. 1. 38 ; “four hours together,” HAMLET, ii. 2. 159 ; “Four feasts are toward,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, ii. 6. 73 ; “fast from all four days,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, ii. 7. 100. In these cases, “four” is used for an indefinite time.

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