1.10a: Yet may we not see still the brontoichthyan form outlined aslumbered, even in our own nighttime...
Whatif she be in flags or flitters, reekierags or sundyechosies,, with a mint of mines or beggar...
Yoh! Brontolone slaaps, yoh snoores. Upon Benn Heather, in Seeple Isout too. The cranic head...
While over against this belles' alliance beyind Ill Sixty, ollollowed ill! bagsides of the fort, bom...
Hence when the clouds roll by, jamey, a proudseye view is enjoyable of our mounding's mass...
Penetrators are permitted into the museomound free. Welsh and the Paddy Patkinses, one shelenk!...
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FDV: "Wile beyind the Ill Sixty, bagsides of the fort, bom, tarabom, tarrarabom, are the ambushes the scene of the lying-in-wait of the threetimesthree." →
"Wile over against this belle alliance beyind Ill Sixty, bagsides of the fort, bom, tarabom, tarrarabom, are the ambushes the scene of the lyffing-in-wait of the upjack & hackums."
While over against this belles' alliance
the Prussians called the Battle of Waterloo 'La Belle Alliance', as the centre of the French lines was at La Belle Alliance Inn
beyind Ill Sixty (ollollowed ill!),
Hill Sixty, near Ypres, changed hands frequently during World War I
bagsides of the fort, bom, tarabom, tararabom,
Danish bagside: back, rear
Magazine Fort, Phoenix Park
Tara: ancient capital of Ireland
Ombos: ancient Egyptian town, the seat of Set
lurk the ombushes,
the site of the lyffing-in-wait of the upjock and hockums.
Liffey river, Dublin
nursery rhyme As I Went Up the Brandy Hill: 'Up Jock!'
UpGuards (attributed to Wellington at Waterloo; Ulysses 15.4618)
German hocken: to squat, to crouch
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