|Carnegie, Dale Certes, they been lye to hounds, for an hound when he cometh |
by the roses, or by other bushes, though he may nat pisse, yet wole he heve up
his leg and make a countenance to pisse. - Chaucer, Geoffrey Curious things, ...
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