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exeunt -- (Latin)
Used In
The Winter's Tale
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  • [Exeunt QUEEN and Ladies, with Guards.]
  • They dance, and then exeunt.
  • [Exeunt POLIXENES, HERMIONE, and Attendants.
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  • [Exeunt ATTENDANTS.
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  • This your request Is altogether just: therefore, bring forth, And in Apollo’s name, his oracle: [Exeunt certain Officers.
  • — [Exeunt PAULINA and Ladies with HERMIONE.
  • [Exeunt.
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  • [Exeunt FLORIZEL, PERDITA, and CAMILLO.
  • [Exeunt Shepherd and Clown.
  • — [Exeunt CLEOMENES, Lords, and Gent.
  • [Exeunt GENTLEMEN.
  • [Exeunt.
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  • Exeunt all except Hamlet.
  • [Exeunt Juliet and Nurse.]
    William Shakespeare  --  Romeo and Juliet

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