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  • As they pinch one another by the disposition, he cries out 'no more'; reconciles them to his entreaty and himself to the drink.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • O well-divided disposition!—Note him, Note him, good Charmian; 'tis the man; but note him: He was not sad,—for he would shine on those That make their looks by his; he was not merry,— Which seem'd to tell them his remembrance lay In Egypt with his joy; but between both: O heavenly mingle!—Be'st thou sad or merry, The violence of either thee becomes, So does it no man else.  (not reviewed by editor)

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as in: a disposition to learn
as in: a kind disposition
as in: disposition of the matter
as in: disposition of the assets
as in: strategic troop disposition
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