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many adj.: “ a day,” a long time ago H8 V. ii. 20 (contrast “for this a day”=all this long time Ham. III. i. 91); “ a ” = many and many a John I. i. 183; followed by a possessive pron. Tim. III. vi. 11 “ my near occasions” (= many urgent affairs of mine), Ant. I. ii. 195 “ our contriving friends” ; used once in the possessive form Sonn. xciii. 7 “In many's looks.”
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