G3R

AcronymDefinition
G3RGerman 3lite Ranger (gaming clan)
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(44.) For a selection of other shows with one or two central figures see Doctor Faustus (1616), E4r; 1 If you Know Not Me, D1v; Birth of Merlin, C3r; Pericles, C1v, G3r; Lovesick Court, I2v, L3v.
The bed might be revealed within the discovery space, if the scene's closing stage direction "He beares her out" (G3r) indicates that Sextus forcefully carries Lucrece into the discovery area, suggesting what is to happen to her.
(26) Kyd, Solyman and Perseda, sigs F1v -F2r and G3r.
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(15) In The Honest Lawyer (1615) figures disguised as fairies torment Gripe by pinching, gagging, and then robbing him, with his response 'Oh Oh Oh' (G3r).
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It is noteworthy, as Astington argues, that although Old Merry-thought is directed to be positioned "within" (Q1, G3r, G3v, G4r), his song, "Go from my window ..." (G3v) and his speech, "Come aloft Boyes, aloft" (G4v) (29) seem to suggest his use of the upper level.
(26) Henry Shirley, The Martyred Soldier (1638; stc: 22435), F1v, F2r; Thomas Middleton, A Trick to Catch the Old One (1608; stc: 17896), G3r.
Holdback of 5% provided the lump sum of G3r, by payment, by authorizing accounts of payments, in accordance with Articles 101, 102 and 103 of the Public Procurement Code.
The fifteen examples of fingers encompass a wide variety of actions, most commonly "lays his finger on his mouth" to signal silence (Antonio's Revenge, 2.2.215) but also to make the sign of the cross (Perkin Warbeck, 2.2.83), to threaten ("with his Finger menaces Eulalia"--Queen and Concubine, 22), to taste ("takes of the honey, with his finger, and tastes"--Sejanus, 5.177), or to torment Falstaff ("They put the Tapers to his fingers, and he starts"--Merry Wives, G3r, 5.5.88).
/ Your worst of horror is best welcome to me' (G3r), and soon after comes 'Thunder and Lightning, Devils run laughing over the stage: Tarpax with 'em'(H 1 r).