Geten

Get´en


p. p.1.p. p. of Get.
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34) & bed him pet he scolde pet geten mid his writ & mid his bletsunge.
2] cGY 1 Dokso 150 10 2 Dokso 350 7 3 Dokso+Epi 50+40 13 4 Dokso 200 14 5 Dokso 300 10 6 Dokso 150 12 7 Dokso 480 13 8 Dokso 360 10 9 Dokso 300 12 10 Dokso 480 7 11 Dokso 240 7 12 Epi 450 7 13 Dokso 420 7 14 Dokso 300 10 15 Dokso 180 8 16 Dokso 300 10 17 Dokso 200 13 18 Dokso 100 7 2000 19 Dokso 240 9 20 Dokso 287 11 * --en son antrasiklin dozundan sonra geten sure Dokso--doksorubisin, Epi--epirubisin, E--erkek, K--kiz Tablo 2.
And wose is onwis And for non p[ri]s Ne con geten his leuemon, I shal, for mi mede, Garen him to spede, For ful wel I con.
ovne name Ebrac and afterwarde It was called Eu(er)wyk and | nowe It ys called York * This Ebrac made the * Castell of maydens | nowe called Edenborugh // And this Ebrac hadde xx * sonnes and * | xxiij doughters geten by diu(er)s women and thes were the names | of the sonnes and of the doughters Brute * Brenesshall * Morgan | Seysell Morgwyth fflengham Bladud Iakyn * Kymbar * Rocelyne | Spadough Godeherk Thormnan(n) Eldagh Iorgaght Haybord | Ketynne Rother Keyr and Asseruth and thes were the names of | the doughters // Elleyne * Imogenne Oghdas Guenbran Guardiche | Angarell * Guenteholl * Tangustell Goughgon Michell Medhan | Mayllour Ondure Cambreden Ragan Reutely Nest Cleghem * Skadud |
lt;<Zu dem Aufsatz: Geten und Gothen>>, Zeitschrift fur Geschfchte, 7, 1847, pp.
Oon semblable to the Samaritan, and somdeel to Piers the Plowman, Barefoot on an asse bak bootles cam prikye, Withouten spores other spere; spakliche he loked, As is the kynde of a knyght that cometh to be dubbed, To geten hym gilte spores on galoches ycouped.
22) In 1388 Thomas Wimbledon repeats this doctrine: |to labourers it falleth to travail bodelich and with their sore swete geten out of the earth bodelich lifelode for hem and other partes.