I do however keep the peace: placed up thy sword,Or regulate it to component these males with me.

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Here were the servants of your adversary,And yours, near fighting ere i did approach:...

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Madam, one hour before the worshipp"d sunPeer"d forth the golden window of the east,...

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My noble uncle, perform you know the cause?

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I,1,165

Have friend importuned that by any kind of means?

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See, whereby he comes: so you re welcome you, step aside;I"ll recognize his grievance, or be much denied.

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Good-morrow, cousin.

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I,1,184

But brand-new struck nine.

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It was. What sadness lengthens Romeo"s hours?

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In love?

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Of love?

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Alas, that love, so gentle in his view,Should be so tyrannous and rough in proof!

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No, coz, I quite weep.

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At thy great heart"s oppression.

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Soft! I will certainly go along;An if you leaving me so, you do me wrong.

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Tell me in sadness, that is that you love.

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Groan! why, no.But sadly tell me who.

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I aim"d for this reason near, as soon as I claimed you loved.

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A appropriate fair mark, same coz, is soonest hit.

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Then she afoot sworn that she will still live chaste?

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Be ruled by me, forget come think of her.

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By giving liberty depend thine eyes;Examine other beauties.

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I"ll pay the doctrine, or else dice in debt.

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Tut, man, one fire burns the end another"s burning,One pains is lessen"d through another"s anguish;...

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For what, i pray thee?

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Why, Romeo, arts thou mad?

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At this same ancient feast the Capulet"sSups the fair Rosaline who thou for this reason lovest,...

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Tut, you experienced her fair, none rather being by,Herself poised v herself in either eye:...

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The date is the end of together prolixity:We"ll have no Cupid hoodwink"d with a scarf,...

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Come, knock and also enter; and also no sooner in,But every male betake him come his legs.

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I,4,606

This wind, you speak of, blows us from ourselves;Supper is done, and also we shall come also late.

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Strike, drum.

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Away, begone; the sport is in ~ the best.

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Romeo! mine cousin Romeo!

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He ran this way, and leap"d this orchard wall:Call, good Mercutio.

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And if he hear thee, thou it must be anger him.

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Come, he hath hid himself amongst these trees,To be consorted with the feeling night:...

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Go, then; because that "tis in vainTo seek him right here that means not to it is in found.

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Not come his father"s; ns spoke v his man.

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Tybalt, the kinsman of old Capulet,Hath sent a letter come his father"s house.

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Romeo will certainly answer it.

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Nay, he will certainly answer the letter"s master, how hedares, being dared.

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Why, what is Tybalt?

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The what?

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Here come Romeo, right here comes Romeo.

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Stop there, avoid there.

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Thou wouldst else have made thy tale large.

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Two, two; a shirt and also a smock.

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She will certainly indite the to part supper.

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I pray thee, great Mercutio, let"s retire:The job is hot, the Capulets abroad,...

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Am I favor such a fellow?

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And what to?

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An ns were for this reason apt come quarrel together thou art, any type of manshould buy the fee-simple of my life because that an hour and a quarter.

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By my head, here come the Capulets.

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We talk right here in the general public haunt of men:Either withdraw unto some exclusive place,...

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What, art thou hurt?

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O Romeo, Romeo, brave Mercutio"s dead!That gallant heart hath aspired the clouds,...

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Here comes the furious Tybalt ago again.

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Romeo, away, it is in gone!The citizens are up, and also Tybalt slain....

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Why dost she stay?

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There lies the Tybalt.

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O noble prince, ns can discover allThe unlucky control of this fatal brawl:...

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Tybalt, here slain, who Romeo"s hand walk slay;Romeo the spoke the fair, bade that bethink...

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