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"Ay, that's a colt indeed, for he doth nothing but talk about his hourse."
"first, there is the Neapolitan prince."
"All that glisters is not gold; Often have you heard that told. Many a man his life hath sold but my outside to behold. Glided tombs do worms infold. Had you been as wise as bold, young in limbs, in judgement old, Your answer had been inscroll'd. Fare you well, your suit is cold.'then farewell heat, and welcome frost.Portia, adieu; I have too griev'd a heart To take a tedious leave: thus losers part.
"the fire seven times tried this; Seven times that judgement is That did never choose amiss. Some be there that shadow's kiss; Such have a shadow 's bliss. There be fools alive iwis Silver'd o'er, and so was this. Take what wife you will to bed, I will ever be your head. So be gone, you are sped.' still more fool i shall appear By the times i linger here. With one fool's head i came to woo, Bur I go away with two. Sweet; adieu; I'll keep my oath, Patiently to bear my wroth.
"You that choose not by the view Chance as fair, and choose as true. Since this fortune falls to you, Be content and seek no new. If you well pleas'd with this, And hold your fortune for your bliss, Turn to where your lady is, And claim her with a loving kiss."
Portia disguised as a young lawyer, soft "the Jew shall have all justice;soft, no haste; He shall have nothing but the penalty."
"It is almost morning; And yet i am sure you are not satisfied of these events at full. Let us go in, and charge us there upon inter'gatories, and we will answer all things faithfully."
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