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Page 293 - O all ye that pass by the way, attend, and see if there be any sorrow like to my sorrow : for he hath made a vintage of me, as the Lord spoke in the day of his fierce anger.
Page 261 - Ah, here you are! Do you wish to kill me?" He replied calmly: "I beseech you, none of that, or I shall leave you at once." Throwing her arms around his neck, she exclaimed: "What have I done to you that you should treat me so?" He tried to push her away: "You twisted your hair around my coat buttons the last time we met, and it caused trouble between my wife and myself.