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In life but few of them would have helped the whale, I ween, if peradventure he had needed it; but upon the banquet of his funeral they most piously do pounce.
Not Ister nor all Phasis' flood, I ween, Could wash away the blood-stains from this house, The ills it shrouds or soon will bring to light, Ills wrought of malice, not unwittingly.
None, I ween, but ye Must pine, poor maids, in single barrenness.
The wedding-party was a merry one that left Plympton Church, I ween; but not so merry were the ones left behind.
"La, sweet your worship, one may lightly answer that, I ween. She will go with thee.
``See what tidings that horn tells us of to announce, I ween, some hership* and robbery which has been done
Thus, after the death of the King, "the realm stood in great jeopardy a long while, for every lord that was mighty of men made him strong, and many weened to have been King.
The company said Ween is stepping down to seek other opportunities.
"However, it is a problem that we do not have direct f lights bet ween Cambodia and Japan.
Gene Ween -- aka Aaron Freeman, one half of the duo known as Ween -- (http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/aaron-freeman-closes-the-book-on-ween-20120529) broke the news via an interview posted Tuesday on (http://www.RollingStone.com) RollingStone.com that the band is saying "buenos tardes amigos" for good.
Brian Caisley, Ashington Central First School's business manager, said: "We were invited to take part in the project by WEEN and we jumped at the chance.
It is part of a project which involves WEEN developing enterprise skills in young people across Wansbeck, and equipping them with the tools they need to become confident adults.