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to prepare (food) for storage and future use

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Methinks thy shoulders are stout and broad; couldst thou not find it in thy heart to carry me across?
cried John, 'I wish thou couldst sleep in fower beds at once.
Be under no apprehension, Partridge," cries Jones; "I am now so well convinced of thy cowardice, that thou couldst not provoke me on any account.
Ready must thou be to burn thyself in thine own flame; how couldst thou become new if thou have not first become ashes!
22) Taylor's one-man show seems to have been of this type, a lampoon of Fennor called "A maundering Roguish creature"--"a part," he adds, "thou couldst haue Acted well by nature.
Consumed by his bitterness towards Glaucon, the speaker can no longer recall even his own early idealized feelings for Lucilla, who in his mind grew "hateful that thou couldst love him" (l.
Thou teachest me what I should and thou couldst not.
IF THOU COULDST KNOW I think if thou couldst know, Oh soul that will complain, What lies concealed below Our burden and our pain; How just our anguish brings Nearer those longed-for things We seek for now in vain,-- I think thou wouldst rejoice, and not complain.
But I think in six months it should be long enough to hang well below my ears and in a year as long as thou couldst ever wish.
thou--who wert ashamed That such as I could love--who blush'd to hear To less than monarchs that thou couldst be dear.