Timon of Athens (Webster's Spanish Thesaurus Edition) by William Shakespeare

By William Shakespeare

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Happier he that has no friend to feed Than such that do e'en enemies exceed. I bleed inwardly for my lord. ] TIMON. You do yourselves Much wrong; you bate too much of your own merits; Here, my lord, a trifle of our love. SECOND LORD. With more than common thanks I will receive it. THIRD LORD. O! he's the very soul of bounty! TIMON. And now I remember, my lord, you gave Good words the other day of a bay courser I rode on: it is yours because you lik'd it. THIRD LORD. O! I beseech you, pardon me, my lord, in that.

FLAVIUS. ] Lord Lucius and Lucullus? hum! TIMON. ] Go you, sir, to the senators,-Of whom, even to the state's best health, I have Deserv'd this hearing,--Bid 'em send o' the instant A thousand talents to me. FLAVIUS. I have been bold,-For that I knew it the most general way,-- Spanish commend: alabar, alabo, alaben, alabe, alabas, alaban, alabamos, alabáis, alaba, alabad, recomendar. dispatch: despachar, expedir, expedición, enviar, envío, despacho. fifty: cincuenta. honour: honor, homenaje. hum: zumbido, tararear.

What has he sent? I am so much endeared to that lord; he's ever sending: how shall I thank him, thinkest thou? And what has he sent now? SERVILIUS. Has only sent his present occasion now, my lord; requesting your lordship to supply his instant use with so many talents. LUCIUS. I know his lordship is but merry with me; He cannot want fifty-five hundred talents. SERVILIUS. But in the mean time he wants less, my lord. If his occasion were not virtuous, I should not urge it half so faithfully. LUCIUS.

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