The Freedom of the Will by John Randolph Lucas

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Korean alone: 혼자, 단지, 홀로, 자기 혼자서, 감시 소조, 극히 조금, 조금. 지키다. 고독한, 단독으로. master: 주인, 석사, 도련님, 대가, surely: 확실히, 꼭, 설마, 안전하게, discreetly: 분별있게, 사려깊은, 선생, 명인, 숙달하다, 임자, 교장, 틀림없이, 기필코, 결코, 반드시, 신중하게. 가장, 억제하다. 정말로, 좋고말고. faith: 신앙, 신의, 신뢰, 신념, 서약, nod: 끄덕이다, 졸다, 방심하다, thyself: 너 자신, 그대 자신. 신용, 신조, 약속, 교리, 충성, 성실. 나부끼다, 깜빡 실수하다, 흔들림, weighty: 중요한, 무거운, 유력한, hence: 그러므로, 사라져, 이제부터, 으로 쏠림, 기울다, 졸기, 잠들다, 답답하게 내리누르는, 무게를 가진, 여기서 부터, 그 결과, 여기서부터, 인사하다. 중대한, 견딜 수 없는, 남을 수긍케 금후, 이 세상에서 떠나라, 이런 save: 오래가다, 을 제외하고, 덜다, 하는 힘이 있는, 무게 있는, 비중이 큰 까닭에.

HORTENSIO. Gremio, 'tis now no time to vent our love: Listen to me, and if you speak me fair, I'll tell you news indifferent good for either. Here is a gentleman whom by chance I met, Upon agreement from us to his liking, Will undertake to woo curst Katherine; Yea, and to marry her, if her dowry please. GREMIO. So said, so done, is well. Hortensio, have you told him all her faults? PETRUCHIO. I know she is an irksome brawling scold; If that be all, masters, I hear no harm. GREMIO. No, say'st me so, friend?

Widowhood: 과부생활, 과부 신세. 48 The Taming of the Shrew BAPTISTA. What, will my daughter prove a good musician? HORTENSIO. % BAPTISTA. Why, then thou canst not break her to the lute? HORTENSIO. Why, no; for she hath broke the lute to me. ' quoth she 'I'll fume with them'; And with that word she struck me on the head, And through the instrument my pate made way; And there I stood amazed for a while, As on a pillory, looking through the lute; While she did call me rascal fiddler, And twangling Jack, with twenty such vile terms, As she had studied to misuse me so.

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