376 examples of sc. in sentences

One further superstition may be noticed, an allusion to which occurs in "Henry V." (Act i. sc.

sc. 2, and "Cymbeline," act v. sc.

Again, act v. sc.

The Tempest, act i. sc.

2 Henry IV, act i. sc.

Machlaeana word coined from [Greek: machlos] (sc. libidinosus).

Possibly the word still lingers in the North Country: Sir Walter Scott uses it in the Antiquary, &c. "Wonning" sc.

[160] Sc. diaphoretick ([Greek: diaphoraetikos]), causing perspiration.

Macbeth, act v. sc. 8. 'From his first entrance to the closing scene Let him one equal character maintain.

" And in his "Bartholomew Fair," act ii. sc. 2: "Froth your cans well i' the filling, at length, rogue, and jog your bottles o' the buttock, sirrah; then skink out the first glass ever, and drink with all companies.

See Midsummer Night's Dream, Act II, Sc. 2. "And the imperial votaress passed on, In maiden meditation, fancy-free.

5, Sc. 4.

Sc. I. "Bol.

" 1 Henry IV.Act ii, Sc. 4.

In "Love's Labor's Lost," almost without a doubt the first comedy that Shakespeare wrote, on Boyet's offering to kiss Maria, (Act ii. Sc. 1,) she declines the salute, and says, "My lips are no common, though several they be."

Shakespeare, Macbeth, act i. sc. 3 (1606).

sc. 2) (1602).

Sc. 2); and on "What is not holy," (same play, Act iv.

Sc. 1) the reading,"The foolish coroners of that age found it was Hero of Sestos," instead of the unmeaning one, "chroniclers."

In "Measure for Measure," (Act i. Sc. 1,) in this passage, "what's open made To justice, that justice seizes: what knows the law That thieves do pass on thieves?" does Mr. White believe the "that" and "what" are Shakspeare's?

Sc. 1,) we have no doubt that Mr. Collier's corrector is right in reading "sink apace," though Mr. White states authoritatively that Shakspeare would not have so written.

By Prof. C.W. MACCORD, Sc.D.No.

Facit illud verisimile, quod mendacrium est. PLAUTI PSEUDOLUS, Act i. Sc.

sc. i. P/ The distinguished German mythologist Müller defines a symbol to be "an eternal, visible sign, with which a spiritual feeling, emotion, or idea is connected."

[Footnote 2: Midsummer Night's Dream, Act v. sc.

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