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TIPPERARY: 3. AS THE INTERLINEARS MIGHT TAKE IT FROM XENOPHON, by             Poet's Biography
First Line: He spoke as follows: (that) it is ten parasangs
Last Line: Exist the vitals of me.
Alternate Author Name(s): F. P. A.
Subject(s): Farewell; Tipperary, Ireland; Tourists; Travel; Parting; Journeys; Trips


He spoke as follows: (that) it is ten parasangs to Tipherarikos, which is a

great distance for the purpose of going; it is ten parasangs to Tipherarikos,
also, moreover, in the direction of the girl to me than the honey of Hymettus
more sweet, whom I know. Fare thee well, O Pikadillos! And thou, O Park
(Paradise) of Leichester! It is ten parasangs to Tipherarikos, at which place
exist the vitals of me.





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