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http://www.philological.bham.ac.uk/anagrams/
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. HENRICUS URIOTHESLEUS
_____ per anagramma
. THESEUS NIL REUS HIC RUO
.
. [I]ure quidem poteras hanc fundere ab ore querelam,
. [S]ors tibi dum ficto crimine dura fuit:
."[N]IL reus en Theseus censura sortis iniquae
. [H]ic ruo, livoris traditus arbitrio."
. [A]t nunc mutanda ob mutata pericla querela est.
. [I]nclite, an innocuo pectore teste rues?
. [N]on sane. Hac haeres vacuo dat *VIVERE* cura,
. [C]ollati imperii sub Iove sceptra gerens.
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. *ISNHAINC* {anagram} *IN CHAINS*
.
*Victorious though IN CHAINS* ) "In Vinculus Invictus"
Motto in Tower Painting: http://www.gorki.net/Art/fa12.html
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. HENRY WRIOTHESLEY by an anagram
. ('HERE I FALL, *THESEUS, GUILTY OF NOTHING* ')
.
Justly you were able to pour *FORTH* this complaint from
your mouth, your lot was harsh while a false accusation
prevailed. *L.O. , Theseus is guilty of NOTHING, HERE*
I fall by an unfair lot's *CENSURE*, betrayed by *ENVY's* whim.'
But now the complaint is to be altered, because of
altered perils. Great man, do you take a fall
with an innocent heart bearing witness? Not at all.
The HEIR, wielding the scepter of rule conferred
under Jove's auspices, grants you to live free of this
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http://www.philological.bham.ac.uk/anagrams/text.html
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. Antony and Cleopatra > Act V, scene II
.
CLEOPATRA: Rather a ditch in Egypt
. Be gentle grave unto me! rather on *NILUS' MUD*
. Lay me *STAR(k) NAKED* , and let the water-flies
. Blow me into abhorring! rather make
. My country's high pyramides my gibbet,
. And *HANG ME UP IN CHAINS* !
.
CLEOPATRA: Hast thou the pretty *WORM of NILUS* there,
. That kills and pains not?
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____ *NIL VERIUS*
____ *NILUS VERI* : *WORM of NILUS*
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. Sonnet 26
.
Duty so great, which wit so poore as mine
May make seeme bare, in WANTing words to shew it;
But that I hope some good conceipt of thine
In thy soules thought (all *NAKED*) will bestow it:
.
Til whatso[EVER *STAR*] that guides my moving,
P{O}ints on me g{R}atiously (W|I}th faire a(S|P}ect,
And put{S} apparrell [O]n my totter[E]d loving,
To show me *WORTHY* of their *SWEET* respect,
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. <= 10 =>
.
. P {O} i n t s o n m e
. g {R} a t i o u s l y
. (W){I} t h f a i r e a
. (S){P} e c t,A n d p u
. t {S} a p p a r r e l
. l [O] n m y t o t t e
. r [E] d l o v i n g,

[E.O.{SPIRO}] -10 : shortest {SPIRO} skip in Sonnets
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1593: Sir [P]hilip [SIDNEY] on Edward de Vere (in code):
.
http://www.adamghooks.net/2011/04/sidneys-porcupine.html
Sidney's porcupine by Adam G. Hooks : http://tinyurl.com/zescbqg

<<The emblem in the compartment at the bottom of
[The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia_ title-page caused some confusion:

Corbett provides a lengthy explanation for the emblem, which shows a boar backing away from a marjoram bush, with the motto "{SPIRO} NON TIBI" ("I breathe out [sweet scents] but not for thee"). The general meaning is a condemnation of ignorance, that something wholesome or profitable (i.e., the marjoram bush) is perceived as poisonous by those with poor judgment (i.e., the boar). The emblem was relatively common; Erasmus, in his Adagia, included several proverbs, including this one, on a similar theme: dogs flee from baths, jackdaws from lutes, pigs from both trumpets and marjoram, and asses from lyres.
.
. McKerrow & Ferguson cite the preface
. to {T}homas {NASHE}'s Lenten Stuffe:
. http://tinyurl.com/je8x23l
.
. Most (COURT)eous unlearned lo[VER O]f Poetry, and yet a
. Po[E]t thy selfe, of no lesse p[R|i)ce then H.S. that in
. hono[U]r {O}f Maid-marrian gives [S]w{E}ete Margera for
. his Emp{R}esse, and puttes the Sow{E} most sawcily uppon
. som{E} great personage, what e{V}er she bee, bidding
. he[R] (as [I]t r[U]nn[E]s in the old song) Go from my
. Garden go, for there no flowers for thee dooth grow.>>
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. <= 20 =>
.
. M o s t (C O U R T)e o u s u n l e a r n
. e d l o [V E R O]f P o e t r y,a n d y e
. t a P o [E]t t h y s e l f e,o f n o(L)e
. s s e p [R|i)c e t h e n H.S.t h a t(I)n
. h o n o [U]r{O}f M a i d-m a r r i a(N)g
. i v e s [S]w{E}e t e M a r g e r a f(O)r
. h i s E m p{R}e s s e,a n d p u t t e s
. t h e S o w{E}m o s t s a w c i l y u p
. p o n s o m{E}g r e a t p e r s o n a g
. e,w h a t E{V}E R s h e b e e,b i d d i
. n g h e [R]a s[I]t r[U]n n[E]s
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[VER(i)US] 20 : Prob. ~ 1 in 750
(LINO) 20
[RIUE] 3
[VERO] 1
{VEER, E.O.} -20
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He has *REVE(al)ED* it in the sonnets where
there is *Wil{(L IN O)VER}pl{US}* [anagram: {NIL VERO}]
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____ *VERUS (LINO) RIVE*
____ *VERO NIL VERIUS*
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. *LINO* : to *DAUB* , besmear, anoint.
. *RIVE* : a small stream of water, a brook. (vocative)
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Exodus 2:3. And when she could not longer hide him,
. she took for him an ARK of bulrushes [i.e., BASKET],
. and *DAUBED* it with *SLIME* and with PITCH,
. and put the child therein; and she laid it
. in the flags by the *RIVER's BRINK* .
.
[Anne Hathaway gave birth in 6 months like the mother of Moses]
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*Ma.S.He.H.* : Ma(ry) S(idney) He(nry) H(erbert)
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EXODUS 2:10 And she called his name *Moses* and
. she said, because I *drew him out of the water* .
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*Moses* is from the Hebrew/Aramaic:
*MoSHeH* : "drawing out (of the water)"
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. Antony and Cleopatra > Act I, scene III
.
MARK ANTONY: By the {FIRE}
. That quickens *NILUS' SLIME*, I go from hence
. Thy soldier, servant; making peace or war
. As thou affect'st.
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_______________ <= 19 =>
.
. T OTHEO - (N) l ___{I} _ <E>B E G E T T E RO
. F THESE_- (I) n __-{S} - U<I>N G S O N N ET
. S MrWha_- (L) L __ [H]A {P} <P>{I}_(N){S}S{S}EA
. N Dthat___ (E) T __ [E]R N_ <I> T__(I) E<P>R OM
. I SEDB Y O u ___- [R]E _ V <E> R_ (L)<I>V I NG
. <P>OEtW I s h ____ [E]T __ H (T) H__(E) W E L LW
. <I>ShIN- G a _____ [d V e] __ N (T) u _____ ReRI NS
. <E>tTIN G fort----_________ H (T) t
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. Probability of Upper & Lower (NILE)'s ~ 1/176,000
. Probability of 4 oven <PIE>'s ~ 1/38,000
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In the fashion of Peter Nockolds:
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"Shakespeare": "They tke the *FLOW o' the NILE*
____ By certain scales i' the Pyramid."
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. T
. O T H
. E(O)N L I
. E B(E)G E{T}T
. E R O(F)T H{E}S E
. I N S U(I)N G{S}O N N
. E T S M R(W|H}A L L H A P
. P I N E(S|S|E|A}N D T H A T E
. T E R N I(T|I)E[P]R O M I S E D B
. Y O U R E V(E|R)L[I]V I N G P O E T W
. I S H E T H T(H|E)W[E]L L W I S H I N G A
. D V E N T U R E R I N[S]E T T I N G F O R T H
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[PIES] Prob. in center bottom ~ 1 in 32,000
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{SET}
{HAPI} Prob. in center ~ 1 in in 16,000
(E.WIFE.O.)
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<<{HAPI} (Golden Dawn) One of the Four Sons of Horus, {HAPI}
. was represented as a mummified man with the head of a *BABOON*.
.He was the protector of the lungs of the deceased, & was protected
. by the goddess Nephthys. The name {HAPI}, spelled with different
. HIEROGLYPHs, in most but not all cases, is also the name
. of the god who was the personification of the River *NILE*
. depicted as a corpulent man [Falstaff? / N(ev)ILE?]
. with a *CROWN of LILIES* (Upper {NILE} )
______ or papyrus plants (Lower {NILE>). - Shawn C. Knight
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. JOYCE: Ulysses, Scylla & Charybdis
.
STEPHEN ( *Stringendo* .) He has hidden his own name,
a fair name, William, in the plays, a *SUPER HERE* ,
a clown there, as a painter of old Italy set
his face in a DARK CORNER of his canvas
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____ *SUPER* : *OVER* (Latin)
____ *HERE* : *ECO* (Venetian)
.
___ "[E]dwardus [C]omes [O]xon{iensis}"

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_ Sonnet 76 : 4 X 19 (Metonic Cycle)
.
Why write I still all one,
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. <= 19 =>
.
. E V E R {T} h e s a m e[A]n d k(E|E)p e
. i n u(E){N}(T)i o n i n a*N O T(E)D W(E)
. E D*T h {A}(T)E V E R y w o r(D|D]o t h
. a l m o {S}(T)F E L m[Y]n a m<E>S h e w
. i n g t {H}[E]i r b i r t h a n d w h e
. [R]e t h {E} y(D)i d p r o c e[E]d
.
{T.NASHE} 19 Prob. skip < 20 ~ 1 in 450
[only *TNASHE* in Sonnets!]
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. <= 19 =>
.
. {T H E S E I N(S)U I N G S O N N E T S}
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. M r W h a L L(H)A P P I N S S S E A N
. D t h a t E T[E]R N I T I E P R O M I
. S E D B Y O u[R]E V[E]R L I V I N G P
. O E t W I s h[E]T H(T)H E W E L L W I
. S h I N G a[d V e]N(T)u R e R I N S E
. t T I N G f o r t H(T)T
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the probability of the [de.VERE] "T cross"
assuming that the 19 letters of the 2nd line:
{THESE INSUING SONNETS}
provide the # key to the ELS array is ~ 1 in 978
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. <= 34 =>
.
.{TERRATE (G) ITPOPUL U S M (Æ) R ETO LYMPUSHABE T}
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. STAYPAS [S] ENGERWH Y G O E (S) TTH OVBYSOFAST R
. EADIFTH [O] UCANSTW H O M {E} N VIO USDEATHHAT H
. PLASTWI [T] HINTHIS M O (N){U} M ENT {SHAKSPEARE} W
. ITHWHOM [E] QUICKNA T (U) R {E}{D} IDE {WHOSENAMED} O
. THDeCKY [S] TOMBEFA (R) M O {R}{E} tHE NCOSTSIEHA L
. LYTHEHA [T] HWRITTL E A V {E} S LIV INGARTBVTP A
. GETOSER V EHISWIT T
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the probability of David Roper's: {DE} next to {E.UERE}

assuming that the 34 letters of the
2nd line: {TERRA TEGIT POPULUS MÆRET OLYMPUS HABET}

provide the # key to the ELS array is ~ 1 in 106,000
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THE SHEPHEARDES CALENDER

TO THE NOBLE AND VERTUOUS GENTLEMAN MOST WORTHY OF ALL TITLES
BOTH OF LEARNING AND CHEVALRIE MAISTER [P]HILIP [SIDNEY]
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TO THE MOST EXCELLENT AND LEARNED BOTH ORATOR AND POETE,
MAYSTER *GABRIELL HARVEY*,

HIS VERIE SPECIAL AND SINGULAR GOOD FREND E. K. COMMENDETH THE
GOOD LYKING OF THIS HIS LABOUR, AND THE PATRONAGE OF THE NEW POETE
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1579: E. K. on Sir [P]hilip [SIDNEY] (in Bible Code):
.
. Shepheardes Calender December
.
‘The fragrant flowres that in my garden grewe
Bene withered, as they had bene gathered long: [line *110*]
Theyr rootes bene dryed up for lacke of dewe,
Yet dewed with teares they han be EVER among.
Ah! who has wrought my Rosalind this spight,
To spil the flowres that should her girlond dight?
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. (END GLOSSE)
.
EVER among) EVER and anone.

Thus is my) the thyrde [P]ARTe, wherein is {SET FORTH} his ripe
yere[S] as an untimely harvest, that bringeth l[I]ttle fruite.

The flagraunt flowres) sun[D]ry studies and laudable PARTes
of lear[N]ing, *WHEREIN HOW {OUR POETE} IS SEENE*, be th[E]y
witnesse, which are privie to his stud[Y].

So now my yeere) the last PART, whe{R}ein is described
his ag{E}, by comparison of wyntr{Y}e stormes.

Carefull col{D}) for care is sayd to cool{E} the blood.
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. <= 33 =>
.
. [P] ART ewherei nis {SET FORTH} hi sripe yere
. [S] asa nuntime lyh arv estth at bring ethl
. [I] ttl efruite The fra graun tf lowre ssun
. [D] rys tudiesa ndl aud ablep ar tesof lear
. [N] ing *WHEREIN HOW {OUR POETE} IS SEENE* beth
. [E] ywi tnessew hic har epriv ie tohis stud
. [Y] Son owmyyee ret hel ast
.
[P.SIDNEY] 33 : Prob. at end of last GLOSSE ~ 1 in 54,000
. (Shortest [P.SIDNEY] in KJV = skip 525)
.
. Sir [P]hilip [SIDNEY] (born 30 November 1554)
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So now my yeere) the last PART, whe{R}ein is described
his ag{E}, by comparison of wyntr{Y}e stormes.

Carefull col{D}) for care is sayd to cool{E} the blood.
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. <= 20 =>
.
. l a s t P A R T w h e {R} e i n i s d e s
. c r i b e d h i s a g {E} b y c o m p a r
. i s o n o f w y n t r {Y} e s t o r m e s
. C a r e f u l l c o l {D} f o r c a r e i
. s s a y d t o c o o l {E} t h e b l o o d
.
{E.DYER} -20 : Prob. at end of last GLOSSE ~ 1 in 25
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1580: *GABRIELL HARVEY* on [P.SIDNEY] & {E.DYER}:

Tell me in good sooth, doth it not too evidently appear
that this English poet wanted but a good pattern before his eyes,
as it might be some delicate and choice elegant Poesy
of good Master [SIDNEY]'s or Master {DYER}'s
(our very Castor and Pollux for such and many greater matters)
when this trim gear was in the matching?
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Was Terry Ross the first to point out that the 6-2-4 Rollett
solution to the Sonnets Dedication must take into account the entire
dedication? I do believe he may be right. What's one little hyphen
(instead of a full stop period) once the intellectual thrill of
deciphering is in high gear? Surely, those who constructed the puzzle
would have expected - perhaps even counted on - the terminally curious
to rush past "Ever" for more delicious secrets from the grave.
THESE SONNETS ALL BY EVER THE FORTH T
Which does seem to contain a riddle.
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TAU is the 19th letter in Greek:
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. <= 19 =>
.
. T OTHEO - [N] l ___{I} _ <E>B E G ___ ET T ERO
. F THESE_- [I] n __-{S} - U<I>N G __ SO N NET
. S MrWha_- [L] L __ [H]A P <P> I__ [N] E S SEA
. N Dthat___ [E] T __ [E]R N_<I> T__-[I] E <P>ROM
. I SEDB Y O u ___- [R]E _ V <E> R_ [L]<I> V ING
. <P>OEtW I s h ____ [E]T __ H [T] H__ <E> W E LLW
. <I>ShIN- G a _____ [d V e] __ N [T] u ____ Re R INS
. <E>tTIN G fort----_________ H [T] t
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*Masonic Triple Tau* = Jesus & the two thieves?
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[T]orment [T]hrice [T]hreefold [T]hus to be *CROSS'd* - Son. 133
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Passionate Pilgrim: One silly *CROSS* wrought all my *LOSS*;
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Nor can thy *SHAME* give physic to my grief;
[T]hough thou repent, yet I have still the *LOSS*:
[T]he offender's sorrow lends but weak relief
[T]o him that bears the strong offence's *CROSS* - Sonnet 34
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If I lose thee, my *LOSS* is my love's gain,
And losing her, my friend hath found that *LOSS*;
Both find each other, and I lose both twain,
And both for my sake lay on me this *CROSS* - Sonnet 42
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. TAU is the 22nd letter in Hebrew:
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. <= 22 =>
.
___ *E. O* NLIE_ BEGET [T]ER_ \O\ FTHESEI
___ /N/ *S* UING SONNE [T]SMR \W\ HALLH
__- /A/ p[P I* NES_ [S] EAND-[T]HA___ \T\ ETERN
__- /I/ Ti[E]p*R* OM- [I] SEDB Y OUR___ \E\ VER
__ /L/ IVi[N]gp *O.E* [T] WI[S]HETHTH___ \E\ W
_- /E/ LLWi[S]hing - [A] DV[E]NTURERI___ \N\
- S ETTIn GFOR T HT[T]
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"Four Epytaphs made by the Countes of Oxenford,
after the death of her young Sonne, the Lord Bulbecke, &c."
.
. Idall, for *ADON*, ne'er shed so many tears:
. Nor Thet' for Pelid: nor Phoebus, for Hyacinthus
. Nor for *ATIS*, the mother of Prophetesses:
. As for the death of Bulbecke, the Gods have cares.>>
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An Ancre's life to leade, with /NAILES/ to scratche my grave,
Where earthly Wormes on me shall fede, is all the joyes I crave;
And hide my self from *SHAME* , sith that myne eyes doe see,
Ah, a alantida my deare dame, hath thus tormented me. - *E.O.*
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. Shepheardes Calender Aprill (G-LOSS-E)
.
Yfere) together. By the mingling of the redde rose and the white is meant the uniting of the two principall houses of Lancaster and of Yorke: by whose longe discord and deadly debate this realm many yeares was sore traveiled, and almost cleane decayed. Til the famous Henry the Seventh, of the line of Lancaster, taking to wife the most vertuous Princesse Elisabeth, daughter to THE FOURTH [E|D]WARD of the house of Yorke, begat the most royal {H|E]NRY} the Eyght aforesayde, in whom was the first{E} [U]nion of the whyte rose and the redde.

Calliope) o{N|E] of the nine Muses; to whome they assigne the hon(o|R] of all poetical invention, and the firste glor{Y|E] of the heroicall verse.
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. <= 40 =>
.
.*THEFOURTH [E|D]WARD* ofthehouseofYorkebegatthe
. mostroyal {H|E]NRY}t heEyghtaforesaydeinwhomwa
. sthefirst {E|U]nio n ofthewhyteroseandtheredde
. Calliopeo {N|E]oft h enineMusestowhometheyassi
. gnethehon (o|R]ofa l lpoeticalinventionandthef
. irsteglor {Y|E]oft h eheroicallverse
.
[E/DE UERE] 40
{HEN(o)Y} 40
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Other say that shee is the goddesse of rhetorick:

but by Virgile it is manifeste, that they mystake the thyng. For there, in hys Epigrams, that arte semeth to be attributed to Polymnia, saying, ‘Signat cuncta manu loquiturque Polymnia gestu:’ which seemeth specially to be meant of action and elocution, both special partes of rhetorick: besyde that her name, which (as some construe it) importeth great remembraunce, conteineth another part; but I holde rather with them, which call her Polymnia, or Polyhymnia, of her good singing.

Bay branches) be the signe of honor and victory, and therfore of myghty conquerors worn in theyr triumphes, and eke of famous poets, as saith Petrarch in hys Sonets, ‘Arbor vittoriosa triomphale, Honor d’imperadori e di poeti,’ &c.

The Graces) be three sisters, the daughters of Jupiter, (whose names are Aglaia, Thalia, Euphrosyne; and Homer onely addeth a fourth, sc. Pasithea) otherwise called Charites, that is, thanks: whom the poetes feyned to be the goddesses of al bountie and comelines, which therefore (as sayth Theodontius) they make three, to wete, that men first ought to be gracious and bountiful to other freely, then to receive benefits at other mens hands curteously, and thirdly, to requite them thankfully: which are three sundry actions in liberalitye. And Boccace saith, that they be paint[E|D] naked (as they were inde[E]de on the tombe of C. Juli[U]s CÆsar) the one having h[E]r backe toward us, and he[R] face fromwarde, as proc[E]eding from us: the other two toward us, noting double thanke to be due to us for the benefit we have done.
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. <= 20 =>
.
. t h a t t h e y b e p a i n t [E|D] n a k
. e d(a s t h e y w e r e i n d e[E] d e o
. n t h e t o m b e o f C.J u l i[U] s C Æ
. s a r)t h e o n e h a v i n g h[E] r b a
. c k e t o w a r d u s,a n d h e[R] f a c
. e f r o m w a r d e,a s p r o c[E] e d i
. n g f r o m u s

[E/DE UERE] 20 : Prob. of both in this GLOSSE ~ 1 in 16,500
.
. Edward [DE UERE] (born 12 April 1550)
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Satire 9 - by John Marston
http://www.poetrynook.com/poem/satire-9-0

Grim-fac'd Reproofe , sparkle with threatning eye
Bend thy sower browes in my tart po[E]sie.
A[V]ant y[E]e cur[R]es, ho[U|L)e in [S|o)me cl(O)udie mist,
Quake to behold a sharp-fang'd Satyrist.
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. <= 5 =>
.
. m y t a r
. t p o [E] s
. i e. A [V] a
. n t y [E] e
. c u r [R] e
. s, h o [U](L)
. e i n [S](o)
. m e c l (O)
. u d i e m
. i s t,

[E.VERUS] 5: Prob. at start or end ~ 1 in 42,000
(Lo.O) 5
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Ill-tutor'd pe[D]ant, Mortimers numb[E]rs
With muck-pit esc[U]line filth bescumb[E]rs.
Now th'Ape chatte[R]s, and is as malecont[E]nt
As a bill-patch'd doore, whose entrailes out haue sent
And spewd theyr tenant.
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. <= 17 =>
.
. I l l-t u t o r'd p[E|D] a n t,M o
. r t i m e r s n u m b[E] r s W i t
. h m u c k-p i t e s c[U] l i n e f
. i l t h b e s c u m b[E] r s.N o w
. t h'A p e c h a t t e[R] s,a n d i
. s a s m a l e c o n t[E] n t

[E/DEUERE] 17: Prob. at start ~ 1 in 1,675
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My soule adores iudiciall schollership,
But when to seruile imitatorship
Some spruce Athenian pen is prentized,
Tis WORSE then Apish. Fie, bee not flattered
With seeming *WORTH*, fond affectation
Befits an Ape, and mumping Babilon.

. O what a tricksie lerned (NICKI)ng straine
. Is this applauded, sencles, modern vain!
. When late I heard it from sage Mutius lips
. How il me thought such wanton Iigging skips
. Beseem'd his *GRAVER* speech. Farre flie thy *FAME*
. Most, most, of me belou'd,
...............................................
. {whose silent name One letter bounds.}
...............................................
. Thy TRUE iudiciall stile
. I EVER honour, and if my loue beguile
. Not much my hopes, then thy unvalued *WORTH*
. Shall mount faire place, when Apes are turned FORTH.
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http://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/earl-of-oxford-as-spensers-cuddie/

The Earl of Oxford as Spenser’s
“Perfecte Pattern of a Poet, Cuddie” by Eva Turner Clarke

Excerpted from Eva Turner Clarke’s 1933 book,
The Satirical Comedy Love’s Labour’s Lost, 129-135.

<<I must digress long enough to point out an extraordinary parallel between this address of Harvey’s and the October eclogue of Spenser’s Shepheardes Calender, wherein is set forth an argument between Pierce and Cuddie, “the perfect paterne of a poet,” Pierce calling Cuddie to task for his complaints at the lack of recognition he has received for his poetry.>>
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1578: *GABRIELL HARVEY* on Edward de Vere (in Latin):

"Courage animates thy brow, Mars lives in thy tongue,
Minerva strengthens thy right hand, *BELLONA* reigns
in thy body, within thee burns the fire of Mars. Thine
eyes flash fire, thy *WILL SHAKES A SPEAR* ; who would
not swear that Achilles had come to life again?"
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The Shepheardes Calender October (GLOSSE)
.................................................
Oaten ree{D}es) {A}ve{N}a.
L{I}gg{E} so {L}ayde) lye so faynt and unlustye.

{DANIEL} 3 : Samuel {DANIEL} (1562 – 14 October 1619)
. Protege of Mary Sidney
..........................................................
..........................................................
Queint) strange. *BELLONA*; the goddesse of battaile, that is, Pallas, which may therefore wel be called queint, for that (as Lucian saith) when Jupiter hir father was in traveile of her, he caused his sonne Vulcane with his axe to hew his head. Out of which leaped forth lustely a valiant damsell armed at all poyntes, whom seeing Vulcane so faire and comely, lightly leaping to her, proferred her some cortesie, which the lady disdeigning, *SHAKED her SPEARE* at him, and threatned his saucines[S]e. Therefore such straungenesse [I|S} well applyed to her.

Æquipage) or[D|E}r. Tydes) seasons.

Charme) temper a[N|D} order: for charmes were wont to b[E] made by verses,
as Ovid sayth, ‘Aut s[I] carminibus.’ (END GLOSSE)
..........................................................
. <= 28 =>
.
.*S H A K E D h e r S P E A R E* a t h i m,a n d t h r e a
. t n e d h i s s a u c i n e s [S] e.T h e r e f o r e s u
. c h s t r a u n g e n e s s e [I]{S}w e l l a p p l y e d
. t o h e r.Æ q u i p a g e,o r [D]{E}r.T y d e s,s e a s o
. n s.C h a r m e,t e m p e r a [N]{D}o r d e r:f o r c h a
. r m e s w e r e w o n t t o b [E] m a d e b y v e r s e s,
. a s O v i d s a y t h‘A u t s [I] c a r m i n i b u s.’
.
[SIDNEI] 28
{S.E.D.} 28 : {S(ir) E(dward) D(yer)}
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. Shepheardes Calender November
.
COLIN: Thenot, to that I choose thou doest me tempt:
. But ah! to well I wote my humble vaine. [line *50*]
. And howe my r{Y}mes {B}ene {R}ugg{E}d an{D} unk{E}mpt:
. Yet, as I conne, my conning I Will Strayne.
..................................
{E.DERBY} -3
........................................................
........................................................
. Why wayle we then? why weary we the gods with playnts,
. As if some evill were to her betight?
. She raignes a goddes[S]e now emong the saintes, [line *175*]
. That wh[I]lome was the saynt of shephear[D]s light:
. And is enstalled nowe i[N] heavens hight.
. I see thee, bless[E]d soule, I see,
. Walke in Elisian f[I]eldes so free.
. O happy *HERSE*!
. Might I one come to thee! O that I might!
. O joyfull *VERSE*!
........................................................
. <= 26 =>
.
. S h e r a i g n e s a g o d d e s [S] e n o w e m o n
. g t h e s a i n t e s,T h a t w h [I] l o m e w a s t
. h e s a y n t o f s h e p h e a r [D] s l i g h t:A n
.(D)i s e n s t a l l e d n o w e i [N] h e a v e n s h
.(I)g h t.I s e e t h e e,b l e s s [E] d s o u l e,I s
.(E)e,W a l k e i n E l i s i a n f [I] e l d e s s o f
.(R)e e.O h a p p y*H E R S E*.
.
[SIDNEI] *26*
(DIER) *26*
........................................................
........................................................
. November (GLOSSE)
.
Lobbin) the name of a shepherd,
. [W]hich [S]eeme[T]h to h[A]ve be[N]e the [L]over
. and deere frende of Dido.
.
[W.STANL.] 5
------------------------------------------------------
. On the Countess Dowager of Pembroke Epitaphs
.
. Underneath this *SABLE HERSE*
. Lies the subject of all *VERSE* ,
. [SIDNEY]'s sister! Pembroke's mother!
. Death, ere thou hast slain another
. Fair, and learn'd, and good as she,
. *Time shall throw a DART* at thee!
....................................................
Epitaph [in print, NOT on grave] to Lady Mary Sidney,
. ascribed to the poet and dramatist Ben Jonson, but
. apparently was written by the poet William Browne.
.
Lady Mary died London, 25th Sept 1621, of smallpox, age 59 yrs,
.
bur. in the choir ["Quire"] of Salisbury Cathedral, Wiltshire,
there is no gravestone, but there is apparently a plaque
to "several members of the Pembroke family buried *HERE*
with no mark" or similar wording, beside S door of Quire.>>
--------------------------------------------------------
. *26* days
.......................................................
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Sidney#Injury_and_death

<<[Sir Philip [SIDNEI] (30 November 1554 - 17 October 1586)]
joined Sir John Norris in the Battle of Zutphen, fighting for
the Protestant cause against the Spanish. During the battle,
he was shot in the thigh and died of gangrene *26* days later.
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______ Hamlet (Q2, 1604) II, ii

Queen: More matter with lesse art.
.
Polonius: Maddam, I sweare I use no art at all,
. That hee's mad *TIS TRUE*, *TIS TRUE*, tis pitty,
. And pitty tis *TIS TRUE*, a foolish figure,
. But farewell it, for I will use no art.
. Mad let us graunt him then, and now remaines
. That we find out the cause of this effect,
. Or rather say, the cause of this defect,
. For this effect defectiVe comes by cause:
. Thus it remaines, and the remainder thus Perpend,
. I haVe a daughter, haVe while she is mine,
. Who [I]n her dutie and obedience, mark[E],
. Hath giVen me this, now gather a[N]d surmise.
. To the Celestiall an[D] my soules Idoll, the most
. beau-t[I]fied Ophelia, that's an ill phra[S]e, a vile
. phrase, beautified is a vile phrase, but you shall heare:
. thus in her excellent white bosome, these &c.
..................................
[SIDNEI] -26
--------------------------------------------------
. Gematria (PHILIP SIDNEI) = 125
. Jewish Gematria (YHWH) = *26*
...........................................
. Sonnet 125
.
. WEr't ought to me I "bore the canopy",
. With my extern the outward honoring,
. Or layd great bases {For} eternity,
. Which proues more [S]hort then wast or ruining?
. Haue [I] not seene dwellers on forme an[D] fauor
. Lose all,and more by payi[N]g too much rent
. For compound sw[E]et;Forgoing simple sauor,
. Pitt[I]full thriuors in their gazing spent.
. Noe,let me be obsequious in thy heart,
. And take thou my oblacion,poore but free,
. Which is not mixt with seconds,knows no art,
. But mutuall render onely me for thee.
. Hence,thou subbornd Informer, a trew soule
. When most impeacht,stands least in thy controule.
.......................................................
. <= *26* =>
.
. {F o r} e t e r n i t y,W h i c h p r o u e s m o r e
. [S] h o r t t h e n w a s t o r r u i n i n g?H a u e
. [I] n o t s e e n e d w e l l e r s o n f o r m e a n
. [D] f a u o r L o s e a l l,a n d m o r e b y p a y i
. [N] g t o o m u c h r e n t F o r c o m p o u n d s w
. [E] e t;F o r g o i n g s i m p l e s a u o r,P i t t
. [I] f u l l t h r i u o r s i n t h e i r g a z i n g
,
{For}[SIDNEI] *26* [starting in the middle of the 3rd line]
..........................................................
Shortest ELS skip {For}[SIDNEI] or [SIDNEY] in KJV = 869
Shortest {For}[SIDNEI] or [SIDNEY] in Moby Dick = 2818
..........................................................
"Raw" {For}[SIDNEI] probability skip less than
or equal to *26* in these ~ 1 in 108 million.
...........................................................
The Encyclopædia Britannica ~ 190 million letters
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http://www.geocities.ws/garydanvers/PS-funeral.html

Sir Philip Sydney's funeral procession

When Sir Philip Sidney died of a wound received at the battle
of Zutphen (1586) his body was brought home to England for an
elaborate public funeral. The next year Thomas Lant published
a series of engravings of the funeral procession.

http://tinyurl.com/ptpxsdu

Pictures from The Procession at the Obsequies of Sir Philip Sidney,
drawn by his servant, Thomas Lant, and engraved by Theodor
Dirk de Bry, 1587 (From the series of 32 plates featuring 344
= 2x(Sonnet 125 + Sonnet 47)] engraved figures on a 38 foot
long roll in the possession of the Folger Shakespeare Library.)

http://michaelharrison.ws/sidney/
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. Sonnet 47
.
. BEtwixt mine eye and heart a league is tooke,
. And each doth good turnes now vnto the other,
. When that mine eye is famisht {For} a looke,
. Or heart in loue with [S]ighes himselfe doth smother;
. W[I]th my loues picture then my eye [D]oth feast,
. And to the painted ba[N]quet bids my heart:
. An other tim[E] mine eye is my hearts guest,
. And [I]n his thoughts of loue doth share a part.
. So either by thy picture or my loue,
. Thy seife away,are present still with me,
. For thou nor farther then my thoughts canst moue,
. And I am still with them,and they with thee.
. Or if they sleepe, thy picture in my sight
. Awakes my heart,to hearts and eyes delight.
.......................................................
. <= *26* =>
.
. {F o r} a l o o k e,O r h e a r t i n l o u e w i t h
. [S] i g h e s h i m s e l f e d o t h s m o t h e r;W
. [I] t h m y l o u e s p i c t u r e t h e n m y e y e
. [D] o t h f e a s t,A n d t o t h e p a i n t e d b a
. [N] q u e t b i d s m y h e a r t:A n o t h e r t i m
. [E] m i n e e y e i s m y h e a r t s g u e s t,A n d
. [I] n h i s t h o u g h t s
.
{For}[SIDNEI] *26* [starting in the middle of the 3rd line]
.
Prob. of second skip 26 {For}[SIDNEI] ~ 1 in 151,000
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King's_Men_%28playing_company%29

<<The earliest printed text states that Much Ado About Nothing was
"sundry times publicly acted" prior to 1600 and it is likely that the
play made its debut in the autumn or winter of 1598–1599. The earliest
recorded performances are two that were given at Court in the winter
of 1612–1613, during the festivities preceding the marriage of
Princess Elizabeth with Frederick V, Elector Palatine (14 Feb, 1613).>>

. http://tinyurl.com/hh8l3gb
................................................................
*26* is the gematric number, being the sum of the Hebrew characters
(Hebrew: יהוה‎) being the name of the god of Israel – YHWH (Yehweh).
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The Names of the *26* Principall Actors
in all these Playes.

[William Shakespeare]
Richard B(ū)rba(D)ge.
John Hemmings.
Augusti(ñ)e Phillip [S].
William Kemp [T].
Thom(ā)s Poop (e).
George Brya (N).
Henry C(O)n[D]el [L].
W(I)l(L)iam S(L) (Y|E).
{R}ichard Cowl [Y].
John Low(I)ne.
Samuell Crosse.
A(L|E]xander Co(O)k{E}.
.........................
Samuel Gilburn{E}.
[R]obert Armi(N).
Will(I)am Ostl(E)r.
(N)athan Field.
.........................
John Underwoo [D].
{N}icholas T(O)ole {Y}.
William Eccl[E]ston {E}.
Joseph Taylo {R}.
Robert Be[N]fiel {D}.
Robe(R)t Gough {E}.
Richar{D} Robinso {N}.
John Shancke.
John Rice.
.........................................................
. <= *26* =>
.
. [W i l l i a m S h a k e s p e a r e]R i c h a r d B
. (ū) r b a(D)g e.J o h n H e m m i n g s.A u g u s t i
. (ñ) e P h i l l i p[S]W i l l i a m K e m p [T] T h o m
. (ā) s P o o p(e)G e o r g e B r y a(N)H e n r y C o n
. [D] e l l.W i l(L)i a m S l(Y|E|R}i c h a r d C o w l
. [Y] J o h n L o w(I)n e.S a m u e l l C r o s s e.A l
. [E] x a n d e r C o(O)k{E}S a m u e l G i l b u r n E
. [R] o b e r t A r m i(N)W i l l i a m O s t l E r N a
. t h a n F i e l d.J o h n U n d e r w o o [D] N i c h
. o l a s T o o l e{Y}W i l l i a m E c c l [E] s t o n
. e. J o s e p h T a y l o r.R o b e r t B e [N] f i e l
. d.

(uña) 26 : NAIL, claw, talon [Spanish]
(ūnā) 26 : together, at the same place [Latin]
........................
[DYER] 26
[NED] -26
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Lea wrote:

<<However, if you can explain *clearly* the mathematical model that
you're using and how you arrived at your conclusions, then maybe
I can show you where you went wrong. Since you think that the
expected value of a random variable is the same thing as a sample mean,
I doubt that your errors will prove to be too subtle.>>
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In order *to PROVE* the {For}[SIDNEI] skip *26* ELS of Sonnet 125
is not just an excellent story...

it helps to find *the exact same ELS dedication* in yet another Sonnet:
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. Sonnet 47

. BEtwixt mine eye and heart a league is tooke,
. And each doth good turnes now vnto the other,
. When that mine eye is famisht {For} a looke,
. Or heart in loue with [S]ighes himselfe doth smother;
. W[I]th my loues picture then my eye [D]oth feast,
. And to the painted ba[N]quet bids my heart:
. An other tim[E] mine eye is my hearts guest,
. And [I]n his thoughts of loue doth share a part.
. So either by thy picture or my loue,
. Thy seife away,are present still with me,
. For thou nor farther then my thoughts canst moue,
. And I am still with them,and they with thee.
. Or if they sleepe, thy picture in my sight
. Awakes my heart,to hearts and eyes delight.
.......................................................
. <= *26* =>
.
. {F o r} a l o o k e,O r h e a r t i n l o u e w i t h
. [S] i g h e s h i m s e l f e d o t h s m o t h e r;W
. [I] t h m y l o u e s p i c t u r e t h e n m y e y e
. [D] o t h f e a s t,A n d t o t h e p a i n t e d b a
. [N] q u e t b i d s m y h e a r t:A n o t h e r t i m
. [E] m i n e e y e i s m y h e a r t s g u e s t,A n d
. [I] n h i s t h o u g h t s
.
{For}[SIDNEI] *26*
.
Prob. of this second skip *26* {For}[SIDNEI] ~ 1 in 151,000
as calculated the following
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The 488 letters of Sonnet 47 contain:

. 2 {For}s
. 29 [S]s
. 33 [I]s
. 15 [D]s
. 25 [N]s
. 70 [E]s
. 32 remaining [I]s
.............................................................
2/488 * 29/485 * 33/484 * 15/483 * 25/482 * 70/481 * 32/480
.............................................................
So the "raw" probability for {For}[SIDNEI]
to occur with this letter set is ~ 1 in 3.83 billion.
.............................................................
There are just 166 places for {For}[SIDNEI] (skip *26*)
to go so Prob. within Sonnet 47 ~ 1 in 23.1 million
.............................................................
Finally: there are 153 Sonnets in which it could have
occurred so Prob. within any (non-#125) Sonnet ~ in 151,000
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Ergo:

1) {For}[SIDNEI] *26* in Sonnet 125 provides an excellent story
that Fulke Greville: Recorder of Stratford (1606-1628)
honored his deceased good friends:
Ned Dyer & Philip Sidnei in the Sonnets

2) {For}[SIDNEI] *26* in Sonnet 47 verifies that story mathematically.
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http://www.philological.bham.ac.uk/anagrams/
.............................................
. HENRICUS URIOTHESLEUS
_____ per anagramma
. THESEUS NIL REUS HIC RUO
.
. [I]ure quidem poteras hanc fundere ab ore querelam,
."[N]IL reus en Theseus censura sortis iniquae
. [H]ic ruo, livoris traditus arbitrio."
. [A]t nunc mutanda ob mutata pericla querela est.
. [I]nclite, an innocuo pectore teste rues?
. [N]on sane. Hac haeres vacuo dat *VIVERE* cura,
. [C]ollati imperii sub Iove sceptra gerens.
.............................................
. *ISNHAINC* {anagram} *IN CHAINS*
INIPNC score zero, Art.

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. <= 20 =>
.
. M o s t (C O U R T)e o u s u n l e a r n
. e d l o [V E R O]f P o e t r y,a n d y e
. t a P o [E]t t h y s e l f e,o f n o(L)e
. s s e p [R|i)c e t h e n H.S.t h a t(I)n
. h o n o [U]r{O}f M a i d-m a r r i a(N)g
. i v e s [S]w{E}e t e M a r g e r a f(O)r
. h i s E m p{R}e s s e,a n d p u t t e s
. t h e S o w{E}m o s t s a w c i l y u p
. p o n s o m{E}g r e a t p e r s o n a g
. e,w h a t E{V}E R s h e b e e,b i d d i
. n g h e [R]a s[I]t r[U]n n[E]s
......................................
[VER(i)US] 20
The string "VERIUS" does not occur as an equidistant letter sequence of skip 20 -- or indeed, of *any* skip -- in the above text, Art. It is a great pity that George Mason Elementary was unable to teach you either to read or to count.

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[Anne Hathaway gave birth in 6 months like the mother of Moses]
Huh?! What do you mean by "in 6 months", Art? Do you have in mind (such as it is) six months after conception?

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the probability of David Roper's: {DE} next to {E.UERE}
assuming that the 34 letters of the
2nd line: {TERRA TEGIT POPULUS MÆRET OLYMPUS HABET}
provide the # key to the ELS array
Why would anyone in his or her right mind assume that, Art?!

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Was Terry Ross the first to point out that the 6-2-4 Rollett
solution to the Sonnets Dedication must take into account the entire
dedication? I do believe he may be right. What's one little hyphen
(instead of a full stop period) once the intellectual thrill of
deciphering is in high gear? Surely, those who constructed the puzzle
would have expected - perhaps even counted on - the terminally curious
to rush past "Ever" for more delicious secrets from the grave.
THESE SONNETS ALL BY EVER THE FORTH T
...which is moronic nonsense.

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. <= 40 =>
.
.*THEFOURTH [E|D]WARD* ofthehouseofYorkebegatthe
. mostroyal {H|E]NRY}t heEyghtaforesaydeinwhomwa
. sthefirst {E|U]nio n ofthewhyteroseandtheredde
. Calliopeo {N|E]oft h enineMusestowhometheyassi
. gnethehon (o|R]ofa l lpoeticalinventionandthef
. irsteglor {Y|E]oft h eheroicallverse
.
[E/DE UERE] 40
The string "EDEUERE" does not occur as an equidistant letter sequence of skip 40 -- or indeed, of *any* skip -- in the above text, Art.
Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
{HEN(o)Y} 40
"HENOY [sic]" is moronic nonsense, Art.

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. <= 20 =>
.
. t h a t t h e y b e p a i n t [E|D] n a k
. e d(a s t h e y w e r e i n d e[E] d e o
. n t h e t o m b e o f C.J u l i[U] s C Æ
. s a r)t h e o n e h a v i n g h[E] r b a
. c k e t o w a r d u s,a n d h e[R] f a c
. e f r o m w a r d e,a s p r o c[E] e d i
. n g f r o m u s
[E/DE UERE] 20
The string "EDEUERE" does not occur as an equidistant letter sequence of skip 20 -- or indeed, of *any* skip -- in the above text, Art.

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. <= 17 =>
.
. I l l-t u t o r'd p[E|D] a n t,M o
. r t i m e r s n u m b[E] r s W i t
. h m u c k-p i t e s c[U] l i n e f
. i l t h b e s c u m b[E] r s.N o w
. t h'A p e c h a t t e[R] s,a n d i
. s a s m a l e c o n t[E] n t
The string "EDEUERE" does not occur as an equidistant letter sequence of skip 17 -- or indeed, of *any* skip -- in the above text, Art.

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______ Hamlet (Q2, 1604) II, ii
Queen: More matter with lesse art.
Ah, yes -- the guiding principle behind the founding of the Forest of Arden.

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. <= *26* =>
.
. {F o r} e t e r n i t y,W h i c h p r o u e s m o r e
. [S] h o r t t h e n w a s t o r r u i n i n g?H a u e
. [I] n o t s e e n e d w e l l e r s o n f o r m e a n
. [D] f a u o r L o s e a l l,a n d m o r e b y p a y i
. [N] g t o o m u c h r e n t F o r c o m p o u n d s w
. [E] e t;F o r g o i n g s i m p l e s a u o r,P i t t
. [I] f u l l t h r i u o r s i n t h e i r g a z i n g
,
{For}[SIDNEI] *26*
The string "FORSIDNEI" does not appear as an equidistant letter sequence of skip 26 -- or indeed, of *any* skip -- in the above text, Art.

Don't you tire of displaying your illiteracy, Art?

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. <= *26* =>
.
. {F o r} a l o o k e,O r h e a r t i n l o u e w i t h
. [S] i g h e s h i m s e l f e d o t h s m o t h e r;W
. [I] t h m y l o u e s p i c t u r e t h e n m y e y e
. [D] o t h f e a s t,A n d t o t h e p a i n t e d b a
. [N] q u e t b i d s m y h e a r t:A n o t h e r t i m
. [E] m i n e e y e i s m y h e a r t s g u e s t,A n d
. [I] n h i s t h o u g h t s
.
{For}[SIDNEI] *26*
The string "FORSIDNEI" does not appear as an equidistant letter sequence of skip 26 -- or indeed, of *any* skip -- in the above text, Art.

Don't you tire of displaying your illiteracy, Art?

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Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
<<However, if you can explain *clearly* the mathematical model that
you're using and how you arrived at your conclusions, then maybe
I can show you where you went wrong. Since you think that the
expected value of a random variable is the same thing as a sample mean,
I doubt that your errors will prove to be too subtle.>>
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In order *to PROVE* the {For}[SIDNEI] skip *26* ELS of Sonnet 125
is not just an excellent story...
You demonstrably have *no idea* what constitutes a proof, Art -- you should really join forces (or rather, farces) with "Dr." Faker in his "solution" to Fermat's Last Theorem.

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Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
. <= *26* =>
.
. {F o r} a l o o k e,O r h e a r t i n l o u e w i t h
. [S] i g h e s h i m s e l f e d o t h s m o t h e r;W
. [I] t h m y l o u e s p i c t u r e t h e n m y e y e
. [D] o t h f e a s t,A n d t o t h e p a i n t e d b a
. [N] q u e t b i d s m y h e a r t:A n o t h e r t i m
. [E] m i n e e y e i s m y h e a r t s g u e s t,A n d
. [I] n h i s t h o u g h t s
.
{For}[SIDNEI] *26*
The string "FORSIDNEI" does not appear as an equidistant letter sequence of skip 26 -- or indeed, of *any* skip -- in the above text, Art.

Don't you eVER tire of displaying your illiteracy, Art?

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Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
1) {For}[SIDNEI] *26* in Sonnet 125 provides an excellent story
that Fulke Greville: Recorder of Stratford (1606-1628)
Ned Dyer & Philip Sidnei in the Sonnets
2) {For}[SIDNEI] *26* in Sonnet 47 verifies that story mathematically.
You plainly have *no idea* what mathematics is, Art.
Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
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