Armenian Language Competencies for Peace Corps Volunteers in by Vartan Vartanian
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34, Caliban). 75, Mr Ford). (2a) As a phrasal verb, though often difﬁcult to decide whether a phrasal verb is intended: begin again ‘to restart’: No, it begins againe. 170, Prospero); look again ‘to reconsider’: let me looke on that againe. 234–5, Ariel); offend again ‘to re-offend’: What (but to speake of) would offend againe. 235, Viola); unfool again ‘to take away the stigma of being a fool’: haue you any way then to vnfoole me againe. 10–11, Graziano); utter again ‘to repeat’: And vtters it againe, when Ioue doth please.
21, in a song), OED Spinner notes frequent use 1530–1615; †spur-galled ‘bloodied with spurs’: Spur-gall’d, and tyrd by iauncing Bullingbrooke. a.  and Spur-gall v. 1c; sup *‘to give the last meal of the day’: then will sup a Flea. 3b; †swine-keeping ‘looking after pigs’: lately come from Swine-keeping, from eating Draffe and Huskes. 34–5, Falstaff); wallet *‘protuberance or swagging on an animal’: like Buls, whose throats had hanging at ’em Wallets of ﬂesh? 22b; *watch-dog: the watch-Dogges barke, bowgh-wawgh.
19, Worcester); the hare was considered rash and impulsive, cf. 57, Lord Bardolph), originally used of poor or vicious horses, its extension to humans is recorded ﬁrst in ShE, OED Hilding 2; hold at a bay ‘to keep at a distance’: your Deere does hold you at a baie. 57, Caius), de Iack dog: Iohn Ape. 201, Katherine), I had as liue haue my Mistresse a Iade. 49, Imogen), Hulme pp. 2b; mongrel ‘bastard, person’: Where’s that Mungrell? 48, Lear), OED Mongrel A. 1b [a1585], King p. 20–1, Kent), OED Mongrel B.