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ass: Lr. I. iv. 178 “thou borest thine ass” (allusion to æsop's fable of the man, his son, and the ass); Cor. II. i. 65 “the ass in compound with the major part of your syllables” (‘S. was thinking of the little Latin he learnt at school, and the “As in praesenti”, &c.’).
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