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friend —“To,” “Is equivalent to ‘for friend.’ So we say To take to wife. The German form of to (zu) is used in a somewhat similar manner, etc. ” (CRAIK) : “we shall have him well to friend,” JULIUS CAESAR, iii. 1. 144 ; “As I shall find the time to friend,” MACBETH, iv. 3. 10 ; “opportunity to friend,” CYMBELINE, i. 4. 102.

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