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II.2:1 (base: 4) NOTE. NB version. The (Shem oriented) notes on the left of the text (pp. -) and reversing to the right (pp. -) were italicized at transition proof level. The (Shaun oriented) notes on the right (pp. -) and reversing to the left (pp. -) were block-capitalized at the same level. The (Issy oriented) footnotes throughout were numbered variously in the course of the genetic record to accord with varying pagination. In all of these cases the final form is cited in the isotext and apparatus. The footnotes are editorially enumerated serially. A number of postils lacked a opening capital and/or a concluding period in the initial inscription and/or in one or more intermediate inscriptions; these variants are not detailed in the synopsis.

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LM52 Two makes a wing at the macroscope telluspeep.

LM53 From the Buffalo Times of bysone days.

LM54 Quick quake quokes the parrotbook of dates.

LM55 Some is out for twoheaded dulcarnons but more pulfers turnips.

LM57 For all us kids under his aegis.

LM58 Saving the public his health.

LM59 Superlative absolute of Porterstown.

LM60 Why so mucky spick bridges span our Fluminian road.

LM61 P.C. Helmut's in the |s1cottonwood cottonwood,s1| listnin.

LM62 The throne is an umbrella strande and a sceptre's a stick.

LM65 By lineal in pondus overthepoise.

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F75 My globe goes gaddy at geography giggle pending which time I was looking for my shoe all through Arabia.

F76 It must be some bugbear in the gender especially when old which they all soon get to look.

F77 After me looking up the plan in Humphrey's Justice of the Piece it said to see preseeding chaps.

F78 O boyjones and hairyoddities! Only noane told missus of her massas behaving she would laugh that flat that after that she had sanked down on her fat arks they would shaik all to sheeks.

F79 Traduced into jinglish janglage for the nusances of dolphins born.

F80 He gives me pulpititions with his Castlecowards never in these twowsers and ever in those twawsers and then babeteasing us out of our hoydenname.

F81 My goldfashioned bother near drave me roven mad and I dyeing to keep my linefree face like readymaid maryangs for jollycomes smashing Holmes.

F82 What I would like is a jade loinstone to go with the moon's increscent.

F83 Parley vows the Askimwhose? Ido, Ida. And how to call a cattle black. Moopetsi meepotsi.

F84 I was so snug off in my apholster's creedle but at long leash I'll stretch more capritious in his dapplepied bed.

F86 A liss in hunterland.

F87 I wonder if I put the old buzzerd one night to suckle in Millickmaam's honey like they use to emballem some of the special popes with a book in his hand and his mouth open.

F89 Will ye nought would wet your weapons, warriors bard?

F90 Roe, Williams, Bewey, Greene, Gorham, McEndicott and Vyler, the lays of ancient homes.

F92 Thickathigh and Thinathews with sant their dam.

F95 And if they was setting on your stool as hard as my was she could beth her bothom dolours he'd have a culious impressium on the diminity that chafes our ends.

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