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good sb. phrases: “do to,” be of use or advantage to Mer.V. III. v. 7, AYL. V. ii. 65, Tit. IV. ii. 35, Ven. 28;—“much do it” (cf. DICH) Wiv. I. i. 84; —“do on” or “upon,” prevail upon Meas. IV. ii. 71, 1H4 III. i. 199 “one that no persuasion can do upon,” Rom. IV. ii. 13;—“do ,” be successful, make progress Wiv. I. iv. 148 “Shall I do any ?,” Wint. II. ii. 54, 2H6 IV. iii. 15 “to thrive and do ”
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