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prerogative
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The Winter's Tale
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  • Our prerogative Calls not your counsels; but our natural goodness Imparts this; which, if you,—or stupified Or seeming so in skill,—cannot or will not Relish a truth, like us, inform yourselves We need no more of your advice: the matter, The loss, the gain, the ord’ring on’t, is all Properly ours.

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