Unfortunately, to take care & me latter, many will look to indoor Tanning salons to "get some of slif
for the Dig event.
Coming back to Chaucer, an argument favouring the conjunction interpretation is that out of 64 instances of the al + Verb + Pronoun sequence m the prose, in 49 we invariably find the expression al be it so that S (analogous to though so be that Slif
so be that S commonly found in Chaucer) and in four al be it that S, without what Nagucka (1968: 79) calls the factive pronominal so, which cataphorically refers to the that-clause.
We learn of the queen's love for her deceased husband and for her son Slif
, who, unwilling to rule, had left the land some seven years ago.