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[...] Ungird my T-shirt, love; this was my final bout.
The activities and good deeds he performs will be "in the usual way." (27) But he will have the sin of "running about ungirded."
paiti.[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ainim [for aniio] baraiti anai[beta]iiasto.daenqm Another wears apadam (30) without having tied on the daena (= kustig) (Videvdad 18.1) Pahlavi: padam aniy bard anaibydst pad den ku-s yast ne kerd ested ast ke edon gowed ay pad den ne menisnig ested Another wears a paddm "ungirded" with the den, i.e., he has performed no ritual.
He is liable, however, for the sin of "running about ungirded," that is, without the kustig, (36) since the fact that he is now prevented from wearing the kustig was, after all, a result of his voluntary conversion.
In three of his more famous essays--"The Rights of Conscience," "A Blow at the Root," and "The Government of Christ as Christocracy"--Leland explained his rationale for being a separationist, (27) a rationale ungirded by his commitment to soul liberty, freedom of conscience, and religious liberty.
The last two lines are iconic, but the poem should be read more fully: We swing ungirded hips, And lighten'd are our eyes, The rain is on our lips, We do not run for prize.
The sense of a stultifying "here" ungirded by an encompassing "elsewhere" is registered in a complementary poem with which The Whitsun Weddings (1964) opens, this written more than six years after Larkin moved from Belfast to Hull.
Waists ungirded to the underside of our suspended mounts
Each one sewed as best she could with threads of gold and silk; but they were so poor that many among them wore their hair loose and went ungirded. Their dresses were worn through at the breasts and elbows, and their shifts were filthy at the collar, their necks were gaunt and their faces pale from the hunger and deprivation they had known.
(Then he confidently did as she had prayed him, ungirded the mantle with
(Then he confidently did as she had praved him, ungirded the mantle with which he waes clothed, and, turning his back, threw it to her.) (34)
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