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Pantingly, - Parisians,
Pip, a spot on cards: “being, perhaps, for aught I see, two and thirty, a p. out,” Shr. I, 2, 33 (the earlier Ff and Q peep. "An expression derived from the game of Bone-ace or One-and-thirty: to be two and thirty, a p. out, was an old cant phrase applied to a person who was intoxicated." Halliwell).