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Lawful: légal, légitime, licite. lean: maigre, appuyer, accoter, mince, s'adosser, s'accoter, adosser. reign: règne, commandement, gouvernement, tenue. sake: saké. tale: conte, récit, relation. terms: conditions, condition, termes. upbraid: réprimandent, réprimandons, réprimandez, réprimande, morigénez, morigénes, morigénent, morigéne, réprimandes, morigénons, morigéner. usurpation: usurpation. William Shakespeare 53 The%reason moved these warlike lords to this Was, for that--young King Richard thus removed, Leaving no heir begotten of his body-I was the next by birth and parentage; For by my mother I derived am From Lionel Duke of Clarence, third son To King Edward the Third; whereas he From John of Gaunt doth bring his pedigree, Being but fourth of that heroic line.

Premeditated: prémédité. priest: prêtre, curé, abbé. studiously: de manière studieuse, de façon studieuse. sudden: subit, soudain. tears: larmes. thou: tu, vous, toi. thy: ton. vile: vil, abject, lâche, infâme. writing: écrivant, écriture, écrit, inscription. written: écrit. William Shakespeare 57 That therefore I have forged, or am not able Verbatim to rehearse the method of my pen: No, prelate; such is thy audacious wickedness, Thy lewd, pestiferous and dissentious pranks, As very infants prattle of thy pride.

SALISBURY. I grieve to hear what torments you endured, But we will be revenged sufficiently. Now it is supper-time in Orleans: Here, through this grate, I count each one, And view the Frenchmen how they fortify: Let us look in; the sight will much delight thee. Sir Thomas Gargrave and Sir William Glansdale, Let me have your express opinions Where is best place to make our battery next. French bars: barre, barres. battery: batterie, pile, accumulateur, accu. broke: fauché, cassai, cassés de fabrication.

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