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"a mistress that is passing fair...as a note"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 1
Lines 229-
"two more summers wither in their pride, ere...ripe to be a bride"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 1
Lines 7-11
"Let two more summers wither in their pride"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 7-11
"And too soon marr'd are those so early made"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 12-16
"earth", "hope"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 14-15
"earth-treading stars"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 24-30
"meddle", "yard", "last", "pencil"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 38-44
"Plantain leaf", "broken shin"
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 45-57a
"bound more than a madman"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 2
Lines 54-57a
Mary
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 23-25
"laid wormwood to my dug"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 26-28
"thou hadst suck'd wisdom from thy teat"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 67-70
Paris as a Book
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 81-90
"women grow by men"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 95-97
"will I endart mine eye"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 3
Lines 99-101
Party entrance
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 1-2
"The date is out"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 1-3
"A Tartar's painted bow"
Discussion
Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 4-8
"sink in it"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 20-22
"prick love for pricking"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 25-26
"Give me a case to put my visage in"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 25-
"A visor for a visor"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 27-29
"shall blush for me"
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 30-32
"The game was never so fair and I am done."
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Romeo and Juliet
Act 1,
Scene 4
Lines 35-37

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