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Say "Hello" to Mudder. ) Mainlanders, Mudder! ) I'm packed, I'm all ready to go. (Patting small brown paper bag which rests on her lap. ) Mudder's been like dat fer nearly forty years now. Oh yes, it's a wonderful life here in the cove, after a hard day in the boats to come into the kitchen for a cuppa tea and talk to me wife ... ) Ned, Ned, is that you after trackin' mud all over me new shag rug? And if you're in here again hittin' the bottle before tea, so help me God ... ) Sarey my dear, these are the visitors, here from T'ronto.
C. Maxwell (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1966), pp. 374-91. 5. John Bush Jones, "Editing Victorian Playwrights: Some Problems, Priorities, and Principles," Theatre Survey, 17 (1975), pp. 106-123. 6. Fredson Bowers, "Practical Texts and Definitive Editions," Two Lectures on Editing: Shakespeare and Hawthorne, eds. Charlton Hinman and Fredson Bowers (Columbus: Ohio State University, 1969); rpt. in Essays in Bibliography, Text, and Editing, ed. Fredson Bowers (Charlottesville: University of Virginia, 19875).
But of course Hubert had no idea of that, at all, being from Tilting, so he went to Decker anyway, and Decker put the knife to him. ALL: Whaa?? ) WILLIAM: Wha ... a operation? POL: A operation? ) and poor ol' Hubert lookin' for a few lozenges. ALL: Tut, tut, tut, etc. ELIZABETH: Ya wudden t'ink. POL: 'E could hardly speak after that you know, he used to talk to me in this high squeaky little voice. " he used to say to me. ELIZABETH: Oh, my God! ALL: Oh, my God, etc. POL: He used to call me Pol, see.
Antenna-Radio Propagation Part 5 - Canadian MIL TM