788 And windows vista activator for all vista versions whan I saugh he wolde nevere fyne And when I saw he would never cease 789 To reden on this cursed book al nyght, Reading on this cursed book all night, 790 Al sodeynly thre leves have I plyght All suddenly have.
Entirely guiltless (they were by God's sweet pain!
And that no one can endure the fourth.
907 And if thou kanst nat tellen it anon, And if thou canst not tell it right now, 908 Yet wol I yeve thee leve for to gon Yet I will give thee leave to go 909 A twelf-month and a day, to seche and.505 And yet was he to me the mooste shrewe; And yet he was to me the greatest scoundrel; 506 That feele I on my ribbes al by rewe, That feel I on my ribs one after another, 507 And evere shal unto myn endyng.What thing (it is) that worldly women love best.1242 I prey to God that I moote sterven wood, I pray to God that I may die insane 1243 But I to yow be also good and trewe Unless I to you be as good and true 1244 As evere was wyf, syn that.The day was come that homeward he must turn.This lechers know by experience.Why should I pay for it so dearly on my flesh?393 Of wenches wolde I beren hem on honde, Of wenches would I falsely accuse them, 394 Whan that for syk unnethes myghte they stonde.983 This knyght, of which my tale is specially, This knight, of whom my tale is in particular, 984 Whan that he saugh he myghte nat come therby - When he saw he might not come to that - 985 This is to seye, what.I shall fulfill your worldly appetite.Nor would I be corrected by him.
525 My fifthe housbonde - God his soule blesse!
I will run out to show my poor clothes.
As by continual grumbling or grouching.
Is this the law of king Arthur's house?
Lo, have it every deel!
That little wonder is though I toss and twist about.
337 Thou seyst also, that if we make us gay Thou sayest also, that if we make ourselves gay 338 With clothyng, and with precious array, With clothing, and with precious adornments, 339 That it is peril of oure chastitee; That it is dangerous.860 The elf-queene, with hir joly compaignye, The elf-queen, with her jolly company, 861 Daunced ful ofte in many a grene mede.834 A frere wol entremette hym everemo.555 Therfore I made my visitaciouns Therefore I made my visitations 556 To vigilies and to processiouns, To religious feasts and to processions, 557 To prechyng eek, and to thise pilgrimages, To preaching also, and to these pilgrimages, 558 To pleyes of myracles, and.So that of the stroke my ear became all deaf.That dares say nay' of what I shall teach thee.It will not be amended ever more.Before your court departs, do me justice.823 God helpe me so, I was to hym as kynde As God may help me, I was to him as kind 824 As any wyf from Denmark unto Ynde, As any wife from Denmark unto India, 825 And also trewe, and so was.You act like a man who had lost his wit.257 Thou seyst som folk desiren us for richesse, Thou sayest some folk desire us for riches, 258 Somme for oure shap, and somme for oure fairnesse, Some for our shape, and some for our fairness, 259 And som for she kan outher synge.Such sorts of words we had in hand.But he was paid back, by God and by Saint Joce!