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Nothing : I am not taught to make any thing . Oli . What mar you then , fir ? Orla .
Marry , sir , I am helping you to mar that which God made , a poor unworthy
brother of yours , with idleness . Oli . Marry , sir , be better employ ' d , and be
nought a ...
At seventeen years many their fortunes seek ; But at fourscore , it is too late a
week : Yet fortune cannot recompence me better , Than to dię well , and not my
master ' s debtor . ( Exeunt , S CE N E IV . ' The Forest of Arden . Enter Rosalind
Yes ; and shall do , till the pangs of death shake him : Infirmity , that decays the
wise , doth ever make the better fool . · Clo . God send you , sir , a speedy infirmity
, for the better encreasing your folly ! fir Toby will be sworn , that I am no fox ; but ...
Ay , sir ; we are some of her trappings . Duke . I know thee well ; How dost thou ,
my good fellow ? Clo . Truly , sir , the better for my foes , and the worse for my
friends . Duke . Just the contrary ; the better for thy friends . Clo . No , sir , the
Leo . You are liars all . Lord . ' Beleech your highness , give us better credit : We
have always truly sery ' d you ; and beseech - So to esteem of us : And on our
knees we beg , ( As recompence of our dear services , Paft , and to come ) that ...
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