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My guardian angel is asleep At least he doth no vigil keep But far doth roam.
My soul He doth restore again; and me to walk doth make within the paths of righteousness, e'en for His own name's sake.
In marble walls as white as milk, Lined with a skin as soft as silk, Within a fountain crystal clear, A golden apple doth appear.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Curtain doth and Tapestry Cloth and stitching of curtains i/c fixing of drapery Rods Repair to Non-durable furniture to 228 MPs Flats at North Avenue under Sub-Drv.
The words of the great bard, William Shakespeare, come to mind; to paraphrase: "methinks he doth protest too much".
England's senior judge stated, "Learning without a living doth breed traitors and we have more need of better livings for learned men.
The said Jimmy Ward not having been served with the proceedings in accordance with the rules of the Circuit Court the Court doth direct service of the proceedings by the advertisement of this Notice and further the Court doth direct that should the said Jimmy Ward intend to defend the proceedings that he shall deliver to the Circuit Court Office at Aras Ui Dhalaight, Inns Quay, Dublin 7 an Entry of Appearance inside ten days from the advertisement of this Notice.
Fame MY moving hand doth write With my biro pen upon The pages of my notebook Where I write my dreams upon I dreamt that I was famous All races knew my name My name would be evermore Etched in the hall of fame But when the dream was over Doubts began to assail me Would I go to my grave And the limelight never see?
Watchman, doth its beauteous ray Aught of joy or hope foretell?
Every word doth almost tell my name"; the authorship of Shakespeare's sonnets.
The White Queen BBC1, 9pm Lizzie (Rebecca Ferguson) doth get her hands on the family jewels.
It's from, As You Like It, and the Bard wrote: "The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool" (Act V, Scene 1).