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 160        Thebe       Thebes
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 320        take        takes
           steal       steals
 340        happen       happens
 360        be         is
 390        dingles      hollows
 600        look        seek
 620        bethink you    be sure to
 705        wrong       wrongs
 710        ask        asks
 725        unwashen      unwashed
           else        otherwise
 770        bare        bore
           specially     especially
 785        converse      conversation
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