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The statue of Venus, glorious for to se, Was naked, fletynge in the large see, And fro the navele doun al covered was With wawes grene, and brighte as any glas.
In the Proem to Book ii of Troilus, the narrator claims to be at the helm in a boat, at the mercy of the tempestuous waves of his matter and sources:</p> <pre> Owt of thise blake wawes for to saylle, O wynd, O wynd, the weder gynneyth clere;
Owt of thise blake wawes for to saylle-- O wynd, O wynd, the weder gynneth clere-- For in this see the boot hath swych travaylle Of my conning that unneth I it steere.
We are given a typical example from Pb: asked what he sees from the train travelling by the sea in Liguria, Johnny in reply quotes Malory, 'I see nothing but wawes and winds' (1.
WAM (West African Mining), EPEA West (Electrics, Power and Electronics Africa, WAWES (Water, Waste, Environment and Safety) will be held at the Ghana International Trade Centre in Accra 27-30 June.
The verb walwen is the reading of five A copies, with wawen in the base text and three others, wawes in two, and walkyn in one; B has the variant walweth in two manuscripts; C text's walketh is found in four copies, with waleweth in twelve including the base text, and wawen in two.