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Henryson also notes that the lion is disturbing the countryside, causing such an uproar, and eating so many animals, that "the pepill fand the way, / This cruell lyoun how that they mycht tak / Off hempyn cordis strang nettis couth thay mak" [the people found the way that they might take the cruel lion: of hemp cords strong nets they make] (1514-16).
(13) 'So god as Gawayn gaynly is halden, And cortaysye is closed so clene in hymseluen, Couth not lyztly haf lenged so long wyth a lady, Bot he had craued a cosse, bi his courtaysye, Bi sum towch of summe tryfle at sum talez ende.' hen quop Wowen: 'Iwysse, worpe as yow lykez; I schal kysse at your comaundement, as a knyzt fallez, (SGGK III, 52, 1297-1304) 'that one so good as Gawain the gracious is held, who all the compass of courtesy includes in his person so long with a lady could hardly have lingered without craving a kiss, as a courteous knight, by some tactful turn that their talk led to.' Then said Wawain, 'Very well, as you wish be it done.
Ne couth noght cheuysch me with charmys ne chauntyng of bryddys.
During the Christmas season, Harvey Couth didn't take a break from selling Arkansas.
SALAHAL-DIN/ Aswat al-Iraq: Police sources said here today that six civilians were killed late Thursday night and more than 20 wounded in three explosions in Is-haqi area, couth of the province.
Apparently, sporting jeans on stage at such a prestigious festival is just not couth for a renowned singer.
The notion of the heroine as 'ladette' is reinforced by Mrs Bennet's assessment of Amanda: 'She is unkempt and indelicate, and not at all couth' (episode 1).
"Empathy in Conduct-Disordered and Comparison Couth." Developmental Psychology 32: 988-98.
Perelman said, there's such a thing as too much couth. Especially in politics.
This is an unashamedly partisan volume, though there is a brief apology towards the end: 'Perhaps the political economists on the academic staff could have been kinder to their colleagues, less brash and more couth. To interject a personal note, we are sorry now that we did not handle ourselves better on some occasions' (p.
Swaggering their way into Prague, the quartet, immediately recognizable as Russian thugs by their trademark leather jackets and arrogant lack of couth, are cautioned to blend in.
Quhilk [z]oir ago in myne ondantit [unsubdued] [z]outh, Onfructuus idylnes fleand, as I couth, Of Lundeys Lufe the Remeid dyd translait; And syne off hie Honour the Palyce wrait.