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1) 14. The Poetical Vocabulary. XIX. Changes in the Language to the Days of Chaucer. Vol. 1. From the Beginnings to the Cycles of Romance. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. 190721
...of the poetic words of the west midland school are of Scandinavian origin, as trine and cair (Old Norse keyra, to drive), which are both used for to go. The very...

2) Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of. The World Factbook. 2003
...Berovo, Bistrica, Bitola, Blatec, Bogdanci, Bogomila, Bogovinje, Bosilovo, Brvenica, Cair (Skopje), Capari, Caska, Cegrane, Centar (Skopje), Centar Zupa, Cesinovo,...

3) 16. Robin and Makyne. Robert Henryson. The Oxford Book of English Verse
...quhen he may Sall haif nocht quhen he wald. I pray to Jesu every day, Mot eik thair cairis cauld That first preissis with thee to play 95 Be firth, forrest, or fauld.'...

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