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  • ewie

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    It's one of the 'curious variations' mentioned in the paragraph just above it.
    Presumably a misinterpretation [?] of the oh verai in the first version.
    I've no idea what oh verai means ... which is why I'm in doubt about its being a misinterpretation. But I can't find any meaning at all in Be acceptable in thy sight over I.
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