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1) Rory O'More; Or, Good Omens by Samuel Lover. Edmund Clarence Stedman, ed. 1895. A Victorian Anthology, 1837-1895
...Kathleen to please, And he thought the best way to do that was to tease. Now, Rory, be aisy, sweet Kathleen would cry 5 (Reproof on her lip, but a smile in her eye),...

2) 150. Grandeur. W. M. Letts. Modern British Poetry
...morn till night, And hard she earned her bread: But I'm thinking she's a right To be aisy now she's dead. When other girls were gay, 25 At wedding or at fair, She'd...

3) Scene IV. The Hairy Ape. O Neill, Eugene. 1922. Three Plays
...t he? 9 PADDY—[With a wink at the others.] Sure I know what s the matther. Tis aisy to see. He s fallen in love, I m telling you. 10 ALL—[Repeating the word after...

4) A Curlew's Call by Jane Barlow. Edmund Clarence Stedman, ed. 1895. A Victorian Anthology, 1837-1895
...swep nearer, an blacker, an surer; the whole world stood still; 75 You d as aisy turn back a cloud s shadow, that s tuk to slide over a hill. There was Jack wid the...

5) Act II. Anna Christie. O Neill, Eugene. 1922. Three Plays
...in kidding after what you been through. 63 BURKE—[Delighted—proudly.] Ah, it was nothing—aisy for a rale man with guts to him, the like of me. [He laughs.] All in...

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