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Llibres Llibres 1 - 10 de 15 sobre Bruce (viii. 351, ix. 263, 269, xvii. 104, 575), with the sense 'fled in different....
" Bruce (viii. 351, ix. 263, 269, xvii. 104, 575), with the sense 'fled in different directions,' or ' fled away.' Cf. ' the wlcne to-gaS,' the clouds part asunder; Morris, Spec. of Eng. pt. I. p. 7, 1. 169. And again, ' thagh the fourme of brede to-go,'... "
The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: The house of fame:The legend of good ... - Pāgina 309
per Geoffrey Chaucer - 1894
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The Comedies, Histories, Tragedies, and Poems of William Shakspere, Volum 6

William Shakespeare - 1852
...Howbeit the battle was yet of even hand, and the victory doubtful, being indifferent to both, when suddenly they saw the threescore ships of Cleopatra busily about their yard-masts, and hoisting sail to fly. So they fled through the midst of them that were in fight, for they had been...
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Shakspeare's tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra, with illustrative and ...

John Hunter (of Uxbridge) - 1870
...Howbeit the battle was yet of even hand, and the victory doubtful, being indifferent to both, when suddenly they saw the threescore ships of Cleopatra busily about their yard-masts, and hoisting sail to fly. So they fled through the midst of them that were in fight, for they had been...
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Shakespeare's Plutarch; Being a Selection from the Lives in North's Plutarch ...

Plutarch - 1875 - 332 pāgines
...Howbeit the battle was yet of even hand, and the victory doubtful, being indifferent to both: when suddenly they saw the threescore ships of Cleopatra busily about their yard-masts, and noising2 sail to fly. So they fled through the middest3 of them that were in fight, for they had been...
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Shakespeare's Plutarch; Being a Selection from the Lives in North's Plutarch ...

Plutarch - 1875 - 332 pāgines
...Howbeit the battle was yet of even hand, and the victory doubtful, being indifferent to both: when suddenly they saw the threescore ships of Cleopatra busily about their yard-masts, and noising3 sail to fly. So they fled through the middest3 of them that were in fight, for they had been...
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Shakespeare's Tragedy of Anthony and Cleoparta

William Shakespeare - 1881 - 222 pāgines
...Howbeit the battle was yet of even hand, and the victory doubtful, being indifferent to both: when suddenly they saw the threescore ships of Cleopatra busily about their yard-masts, and hoising 1 sail to fly. So they j.. fled through the middest 3 of them that were in fight, for they had been...
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King Lear. Antony and Cleopatra

William Shakespeare - 1884
...Howbeit the battle was yet of even hand, and the victory doubtful, being indifferent to both: when suddenly they saw the threescore ships of Cleopatra busily about their yard-masts, and noising1 sail to fly. So they j- fled through the middest3 of them that were in fight, for they had...
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The Legend of Good Women

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1889 - 229 pāgines
...directions,' or ' fled away.' Cf. ' the wlcne to-ga$,' the clouds part asunder; Morris, Spec, of Eng. pt. 1. p. 7, l. 169. And again, ' thagh the fourme of brede...Sh. Plut. p. 212. Cf. Ant. and Cleop. iii. 10. 10. The remark about Cleopatra's ' purple sails ' may remind us of Plutarch's description of Cleopatra...
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The Legend of Good Women

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1889 - 229 pāgines
...directions,' or ' fled away.' Cf. ' the wlcne to-gaS,' the clouds part asunder; Morris, Spec, of Eng. pt. lp 7, l. 169. And again, ' thagh the fourme of brede...Sh. Plut. p. 212. Cf. Ant. and Cleop. iii. 10. 10. The remark about Cleopatra's ' purple sails ' may remind us of Plutarch's description of Cleopatra...
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The Legend of Good Women

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1889 - 229 pāgines
...fled away.1 Cf. ' the wlcne to-gats,' the clouds part asunder; Morris, Spec, of Eng. pt. I. p. 7, 1. 169. And again, ' thagh the fourme of brede to-go,'...ships of Cleopatra busily about their yard-masts, and noising sail to fly ' ; Sh. Plut. p. 212. Cf. Ant. and Cleop. iii. 10. 10. The remark about Cleo^ patra's...
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The Works of William Shakespeare: Othello ; Antony and Cleopatra ...

William Shakespeare - 1889
..."Howbeit the battle was yet of even hand, and the victory doubtful. being indifferent to both: when suddenly they saw the threescore ships of Cleopatra...busily about their yardmasts, and hoising sail to fly. So they fled through the middest of them that were in fight, for they had been placed behind the great...
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