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Quaintly, finely, neatly, pleasantly: “the lines are very q. writ,” Gent. II, 1, 128. “a ladder q. made of cords,” III, 1, 117. “'tis vile, unless it may be q. ordered,” Merch. II, 4, 6. “to carve out dials q.” H6C II, 5, 24. “breathe his faults so q. that they may seem the taints of liberty,” Hml. II, 1, 31. and time . . . with your fine fancies q. eche, Per. III Prol. 13.
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