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orrible fancy's this?
your function, mistress; [To Emilia.
hat art thou?
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wear it, damn thyself;
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loth truly know it.
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mona!-away! away! away!
e heavy day!- Why do you weep?
of this your calling back,
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lame on me; if you have lost him, How have I been behav'd, that he might stick
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