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#Here foloweth a notable treatyse and full necessary to an crysten men for to knowe and it is named the Ordynarye of crystyanyte or of crysten men Ordinaire des chrestiens. English.# Here foloweth a notable treatyse and full necessary to an crysten men for to knowe and it is named the Ordynarye of crystyanyte or of crysten men Ordinaire des chrestiens. English.

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¶ Here foloweth a notable treatyſe and full neceſſary to all cryſten men for to knowe and it is named the Ordynarye of Cryſtyanyte or of cryſten men. ¶ Here foloweth the Prologue.

#####Body##### ¶ Here foloweth the fyrſt parte of this preſent boke / of the vowe and ſacrament of baptem.AS vnto t _ ¶ Here foloweth the fyrſt parte of this preſent boke / of the vowe and ſacrament of baptem.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the maner to conferme the holy baptem in the artycle of neceſſyte.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the texte of the offyce of baptem with the expoſicyon in englyſſhe.

  * ¶ Here foloweth the fyrſt oryſon.

  * ¶ The expoſicyon of that before reherced.

  * ¶Here ſhall the preeſt make a croſſe in the forhede of the childe ſayenge.

  * ¶The expoſicyon of the texte precedent.

  * Alſo here foloweth an other oryſon in ſuche maner

  * ¶Here foloweth the exorcyſacyon of the ſalt.

  * ¶ Here he putteth the ſalt in to the childes mouth aſkynge his name & ſayenge. Accipe ſal ſapiencie vt ſit tibi dn̄s ꝓpiciatus in vitam eternā Amen.

  * ¶ Than the preeſt taketh the ſalt ſo halowed in demaūdynge the name of the childe & it puttynge in his mouth ſayenge. Take now the ſalt of true ſapyence / to ye ende yt it may pleaſe god to gyue the grace for to come to the lyf eternall Amen.

  * ¶As well for the ſone as for the douhhter.

  * ¶For the man childe all oonly•.

  * ¶As wel for the man childe as for y• woman childe

  * ¶For the womon childe all oonly.

  * ¶For the man childe.

  * ¶For the woman chile all oonly.

  * ¶For the man childe.

  * ¶For the man childe & the woman childe.

  * ¶For the man childe & the woman childe.

  * ¶For the woman childe.

  * ¶For the mayden.

  * ¶For the man childe.

  * ¶For the man childe.

  * ¶For the man & for the woman.

  * ¶Hic ponat manū ſuꝑ caput infantis dicens.

  * ¶The expoſicyon.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the vertue & theffect of baptem in the ſoule baptyſed.

¶ Here foloweth the declaracyon of the .xij. artycles of the fayth in the whiche ſhall be holden ſu _ ¶ Here foloweth the fayth catholyke. Caplm. v.

_ ¶Here foloweth the ſubſtaunce and dyuyſyon of the .xij. artycles of the fayth the .vi. chapytre.

_ ¶ Here foloweth euery artycle in partyculer & of the werke for to anſwere. And fyrſtely of the fyrſt the whiche is ſuche.

CRedo in deū petrē omnipotentē creatorē celiCaplm. vij. et terre. That is to ſaye. I byleue in g * ¶ Here foloweth the .ij. artycle that is ſuche. ¶Here foloweth the .iij. artycle that is ſuche.QVi conceptꝰ eſt de ſpiritu ſancto. natus exmaria vir * ¶Here foloweth the .iiij. artycle that is ſuche.

  * ¶ Here foloweth the  .v. artycle the whiche is ſuche

  * ¶ Here foloweth the  .vi. artycle.

  * ¶ Here foloweth the  .vij. artycle.

  * ¶ Here foloweth the  .viij. artycle.

  * ¶ Here foloweth the  .ix. artycle.

  * ¶ Here foloweth the  .x. artycle whiche is ſuche.

  * ¶ Here foloweth the  .xi. artycle whiche is ſuche.

  * ¶Here foloweth the .xij. artycle.

¶Here foloweth the ſeconde partye of this booke in the whiche is made mencyon of the .x. cōmaūdeme _ ¶Here foloweth the ſeconde partye of this booke in the whiche is made mencyon of the .x. cōmaūdementes of the lawe. The fyrſt Chapytre.

_ ¶Here foloweth how god vnto vs hath gyuen the .x. cōmaūdementes in the lyght of our vnderſtandynge.

_ ¶Here foloweth the benedyccyons promyſed vnto them the which kepe the cōmaūdementes.

_ ¶Here foloweth the maledyccyons of them that treſpaſſen the cōm̄aūdementes of god.

_ ¶ Here foloweth of the cōmaūdementes in partyculer.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the ſeconde cōmaundement the whiche is ſuche.Caplm. vi.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the thyrde commaundement the whiche is ſuche.

_ ¶Here foloweth the fourth commaundement the whiche is ſuche.

_ ¶Here foloweth the .v. cōmaundement the whiche is ſuche.

_ ¶Here foloweth the .vi. cōmaundement the whiche is ſuche.

THe ſynne of lechery hath ſeuen maners / That is for to knowe ſymple fornycacyon / auoutry / co•ynag _ ¶ Here foloweth the .vij. cōmaundement the whiche is ſuche.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the .viij. cōmaundement the whiche is ſuche.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the .ix. cōmaundement the whiche is ſuche.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the  .x. cōmaundement the whiche is ſuche.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the epylogacyon or ſhort repetycyon of this ſeconde partye.

  * ¶After the declaracyon of the .x. cōmaundementes of god / here folowen the .v. cōmaundementes of holy chirche.

_ ¶Here foloweth of two maner of lyues the whiche ben in holy chirche. That is to knowe of the lyf actyf and the lyf contemplatyf.

_ ¶ Here folowen thre reaſons by the whiche we may be enduced to fere and to mekenes.
  1. ¶Here foloweth the thyrde partye of this booke in the whiche is made mencyon of the ſeuen werkes of mercy and it conteyneth fyue chapytres.

    _ ¶The Prologue.

    _ ¶Here foloweth the ſeuen werkes of mercy in generall.Caplm•mū

    _ ¶Here foloweth of euery werke of mercy in partyculer.

    _ ¶ Here foloweth the circūſtaūces for to accomplyſſhe the werkes of mercy merytoryouſly.

    _ ¶Here foloweth the werkes of mercy ſpyrytuall.

    _ Here folowen .xij. maners of almeſdedes ſpirytuell.

  2. ¶Here foloweth the fourth partye of this boke in the whiche is foūde ye maner hȳ well to confeſſe / & it conteyneth .xxx. chapytres. The whiche well ſtudyed and put in practyſe / may be the meane for to make a true and a parfyte confeſſyon. And by the conſequent to haue abſolucyon and remyſſyon & ſpecyally ſaluacyon with the company of faythfull cryſten men.

    _ ¶Here folowen .iiij. reaſons for to ſhewe yt yt Juſty

fycacyon of one ſynner / is more greater thyng thā the creacyon of the worlde.

_ ¶ Here foloweth a profytable exortacyon for to do wylfully penaunce.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the .xii. fruytes the which cometh of trewe penaunce.

_ ¶Here foloweth the dyfference of werkes done in ſynne or in the grace of god.

_ ¶Here foloweth .vi. reaſons ſhewynge that no ſinner ne ought to tary hym to confeſſe.

_ ¶Here foloweth the practyſe that the confeſſoure ought to holde as well agayne hymſelf as agayne them that he confeſſeth.

_ ¶Here foloweth what ſcyence is neceſſary vnto a confeſſour.Caplm .vii.

_ ¶ Here folowen caſes of the whiche the abſolucyonCaplm. viii. Aug. de anchona 〈◊〉 de ptāte pape dicit quam rati habicio nō hꝪ lo•ū in abſolucōe ſacramentali ad quērequirūt tria. •mo p•ās ex •p̄iꝰ ordis ſuſceptione ſedo ordis executō ex ſuperioris iuriſdiccōe. Tercio ſacramenti admīſtracō exipſius verbi cum elemēto aplicatōe qr applicat verbum adelemētū & ſit ſacramētūſedm augu. Si ergo aliquis ſacerdos aliquem abſoluit • tū nō ē rite abſolutꝰ qr in tali abſolucione deficit ex ꝑte ſacerdotis orbis execucio et ſi poſt mod ex ꝑteſuꝑioris ſuꝑ ueniat rati habicio defici•t ſacramenti applicacio. talis rati habicio nō valet. qui•ſi papa exſola rati habicōe abſ• ſacramēti applicatōne poſſꝪ aliquē abſoluete poſſꝪ effectū ſacramēti abſqueſacto conferre qd xp̄us nulli puto homini cōceſſit •ec Auguſtinus p̄ fatu•. is reſerued vnto the pope the whiche they ought to knowe and to note the whiche heren the confeſſyons.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the caſes reſeruyd vnto the byſſhop.

_ ¶Here foloweth the dyſtyncyon of thre manere of penaunce.

_ ¶Here foloweth four thynges that the ſynner ought to do for to begynne well his confeſſyon.

_ ¶ Here foloweth of them the whiche may lawfully aſſoyle as alſo of them the whiche may choſe a confeſſour.

_ ¶ Here folowen .x. poyntes by one of the whiche or many the confeſſyon may be no thynge / & alſo inſtruccyon for to examen well hym the whiche is in the ſacrament of maryage.

_ ¶Here foloweth the examynacyon of the perſone maryed.

_ ¶ Here foloweth the practyſe that he ought to holde the whiche entyerly hym wyll confeſſe / and examen after the order of the .x. commaundementes of the lawe after the mooſte ſure maner that there may be founde.

_ ¶Here foloweth of the fyrſte commaundement.

_ ¶Here foloweth the ſeconde commaundement.

_ ¶Here foloweth the thyrde commaundement.

_ ¶Here foloweth the fourth commaundement.

_ ¶Here foloweth of the fyfth commaundement.

_ Here foloweth of the .vi. commaundement.

_ ¶Here foloweth of the ſeuenth commaundement.

  * ¶Here foloweth the fyrſte of ſymonye.

  * ¶ Here foloweth of vſury the whiche is cōmyttyd as well in dede as in wyll.

  * ¶ Here foloweth of fraude and of decepcyon.

  * ¶ Here foloweth of iniquyte or defaute of Juſtyce.

  * ¶ Here foloweth more in partyculer of byſſhopes.

AS vnto the .vi. poynt the whiche is of chanons / curates / & other benefyced / it is to be noted o * ¶ Here foloweth of the defaute of Juſtyce in domynacyon ſeculer or temporall.

  * ¶ Here foloweth of Juges be they of the chirche or of ſecularyte.

  * ¶ Here foloweth of aduocatꝭ / ꝓcurours / notaryes. ben they in ye courte of the chirche or of ſecularyte.

  * Here foloweth of phiſicyēs & many other vocacōns

  * ¶Here foloweth of reſtytucyon neceſſarye vnto ſaluacyon of thoſe the whiche withholden from an other.

  * Here foloweth of reſtytucōn of ye goodes of ye ſoule

  * ¶ Here foloweth of the reſtytucyon of goodes as vnto the body.

  * ¶ Here folowith the reſtytucyon for theſe thynges temporelles.

  * ¶ Here foloweth of hym ye whiche ought to reſtore

  * ¶ Here foloweth what thynge ought to be reſtored

  * ¶Here foloweth to whome he ought to make reſtytucyon.

  * Here foloweth whā a mā ought to make reſtytu•ōn

_ ¶Here foloweth of the .viii. cōmaundement.

  * ¶Here foloweth certayne concluſyons in laten extractes of doctours & wrytynges of grete & ſolēpne doctours in holy theologye.

_ ¶ Here foloweth of the  .ix. cōmaundement.

_ ¶ Here foloweth of the .x. cōmaundement.

  * ¶Here foloweth how faſtynge ought to be made and whan and of whome.

_ ¶Here foloweth the ſeconde poynt the whiche is of prayer.

_ ¶ Here foloweth a ryght prouffytable applicacyon of the arte of a pheſecyan with the practyſe ye whiche the pheſecyan ſpyrytuall ought to holde with the interrogacyons that a man ought to make vnto hym the whiche is in the artycle of deth.

THe fyrſte rule of a phyſecyan is that he ought to vnderſtonde what helth is / & what ſyknes is. Or THe ſeconde rule of a pheſecyan is that he ought to enquyre the cauſes of helth and of••atuor qualitTHe thyrde rule of a phyſycyan is that byGrego. ſicut ī arte medicie calida frigidis frigida calidiTHe fourth rule of the phyſycyan / is to conſerueNon in ſolo pane vivit hōsed ī oī verbo qd proceTHe fyfth rule of the phyſycyan / is dylygēce for to remedye at the begynnynge of ſykneſſes. For wiTHe ſyxte rule •f a pheſycyan is yt he ought to know the tokenes of the ſykenes the whicheNota quattTHe ſeuenth rule of a pheſycyan is to knowErit tp̄s cum ſanā doctrinā non ſuſtinebūt. i. thim. iiTHe .viii. rule of a pheſycyan yt is to auoyde payne and heuynes vnto the pacyent in gyuynge good meTHe .ix. rule is lytell / and lytell and by ſucceſ•umb• niſſemad vos frēs veni nō i ſublimitate ſeTHe. x. rule is to haue good knowlege to purge the body of his euyll humours / for of aſ

moche as tTHe .xi. rule of a pheſycyan is to knowe the tokenes of deth to the ende that he may denoūce as welTHe .xii. rule of the phyſycyan is to knowe the tokenes of lyfe and of helth / for to denoūce it vn _ ¶ Here foloweth ſome brefe interrogacyons that a man may make to euery good cryſten man that a man ſeeth labourynge in the artycle of deth / or

the whiche yf he can or may and fyrſte ought for to do.

_ ¶ Here folowen. vi. aduyſementes ryght prouffytable for to enduce them that be lyuynge for to dye.

THe fyrſte auyſement is that at the houre of deth of euery creature is the ende of the worlde and thTHe ſeconde aduyſement is of the myſterye of the two angelles of the creature the whiche ſholde dye THe fourth aduyſement is of the ſentence of the Iuge / for than our lorde ſhall appere ſo terry••e vTHe fyfth aduyſement is vnto the regardeQui hol mor•enti apparuit •eſꝰ xp̄s ī•ruce pendēs • bo•os THe ſyxte aduyſement is of the eſtate of purgatorye / of the whiche euery man ought to vn•e•ſtonde t _ ¶ Here foloweth aſhorte epylogacyon of the ſeuen mortall ſynnes ryght prouffytable for to ſee ye braūchesCaplm. xxx. ſhortely and the mater of euery of them.

_ ¶ Here foloweth an epylogacyon of the ſayd mater moche vtyle and prouffytable well holy to vnderſtonde.ff. de regulis iuris
  1. ¶ Here foloweth the fyfth & finall partie of this boke in the whiche is made mencyon of ye paynes of helle and of the Joyes of paradyſe and fyrſte of the paynes of helle.

    _ ¶ Here foloweth the ten paynes of the partye of ye body that theſe dampned ſuffren in helle and euery of thē deuyſed in foure & ſo they ben. xl. paynes. THe fyrſte payne is of fyre brennynge of the whiche it is to vnderſtonde yt notwithſtondynge yt the THe ſeconde payne is of water colde / & dyffereth from that of this preſent worlde in foure thynges.THe thyrde payne is to crye & to braye in wepynge and in playnynge ye whiche torment

is the cauſe fTHe fourth payne is ſmoke. By the whiche it is to vnderſtonde that euen in lyke wyſe as ſmoke herebyTHe fyfth payne is odour ſtynkynge and horryble cauſe of foure partes. The fyrſte partye ſhall be foTHe ſyxte payne is of the vyſyon of deuyllesvidētes turbabū••more horribili & miſerabuntur &c. CapTHe ſeuenth payne is hongre imcompreuableFamē pacientur vt canes •s. lviii. Itē ſerui mei cōedentTHe. viii. payne is of thruſte ineſtymable the whiche tormenteth not alonely the tonge /

the throtTHe. ix. is a payne ryght exceſſyue for foure reaſons. The fyrſte / for they ſhall be en-treated rygTHe tenth payne of thoſe that ben dampned is as vnto the touchynge / for all the partyes of the body * ¶ Here folowen in one maner of the generalyte of the paynes of the ſoule dampned. ¶ Here foloweth of the ten paynes pryncypalles of the ſoule the whiche is dampned / and euery of theTHe fyrſte payne is to be depryued from the glorye of paradyſe / and for to vnderſtonde ſome what thTHe ſeconde payne of the partye of the ſoulevermis eorum•ō morietur. yſaie. vl•. is named the wormeTHe thyrde payne of the ſoule is Ire / & rancure incompreuable agayne foure thynges ſpecyally. The fTHe fourth payne is pryde enuenumyd and they may not it auēge & it procedeth of. iiii partes. The fTHe fyfth payne of y• ſoule is of cruell enuy in regarde of four thȳges. The fyrſte is of the bonteTHe. vi. payne of ye ſoule is fere immuable in the whiche they were fyrſte caſte in to hell & cōdamTHe ſeuenth payne of the ſoule dampned is certaynte yt neuer in ſuche payne there ſhall be ende / teTHe eyght payne of the ſoule dampned is defaute of all conſolacyon the whiche defaute vnto them comeTHe .ix. payne of the ſoule dampned is deſyre to mowe dye vnto the whiche ſhe may neuer come. Of gooTHe tenth payne of the ſoule dampned is cōfuſyble retrybucōn for four thynges. The fyrſte is for t _ ¶ Here foloweth the chapytre of y• cauſes & reaſōs wherfore ye paynes of helle ſholde be eternall. AS vnto the fyrſte yt is of the conſyderacōn of ſynne it is to vnderſtonde yt for four reaſons JuſtAS vnto the ſeconde poynt the whiche is in the comparyſon of the ſynne / and of the creature agayne AS vnto y• thyrde poynt pryncypall & fynal the whiche is yt ſȳne ought to be punyſſhed in eternyte _ ¶ Here after foloweth the treatyſe of the Joyes of paradyſe and fyrſte the prologue for the fyfth chapytre.

  * ¶ Here foloweth the ten pryncypall Ioyes of the partye of the ſoule.

THe fyrſte Ioye of paradyſe of the partye ofCaplm .vi. the ſoule is the clere vyſyon of god and of aTHe ſeconde Joye of the partye of the ſoule / is parfyte to loue ye whiche procedeth of. iiii thyngeTHe thyrde Joye of the partye of the ſoule / is to be ſure and certayne that the glorye & the bleſſyTHe fou•th Ioye of the partye of the ſoule / Inebriabūtur ab vbertatedom• tue & torrēte voluptat• THe fyfth Ioye of the partye of the ſoule / is abondaunce of all goodes the whiche ben yelden them iTHe ſyxte Ioye of the partye of the ſoule is honoure incomparable for foure thynges. The fyrſte is fTHe ſeuenth Joye of the partye of the ſoule is beautefull of admyracyon in foure maners. The fyrſte THe eyght Joye of the partye of the ſoule is for the eternyte of her glorye the whiche is greate andTHe nynth Joye of the partye of the ſoule isCredētes autē ex u••avi• leticia in• narrabili & gloriTHe. x. Joye of the partye of the ſoule is bleſſydnes without ony varyacyon or diminucyon or imperfe _ ¶ Here folowen the .x. Joyes of ye partye of ye body. THe ſeconde Joye of the partye of the body is perfecte impaſſybylyte for foure thynges. The fyrſt foTHe thyrde Joye of the partye of the body is ſubtylyte in foure maners. The fyrſte / for ſuche body THe fourth Joye of the partye of the body is agylyte in foure maners. The fyrſt / for th• body gloryTHe fyfth Joye of the partye of the body is by cauſe of the habytacyon of y• heuen emperyall for fouTHe. x. Joye of the partye of the body is for the prayſe vocale the whiche is made generally vnto eu #####Back#####

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6. div 190 @type (190) : table_of_contents (1), prologue (2), part (5), chapter (66), oration (2), exposition (3), section (44), exorcism (1), article (12), physicians_rule (12), advisement (5), epilogue (1), pain (20), ten_joys (1), joy (14), illustrations (1) • @n (126) : 1 (11), 2 (13), 3 (13), 4 (12), 5 (12), 6 (10), 7 (8), 8 (7), 9 (7), 10 (8), 11 (4), 12 (4), 13 (2), 14 (2), 15 (2), 17 (2), 18 (2), 16 (1), 19 (1), 20 (1), 25 (1), 27 (1), 29 (1), 30 (1)
7. ex 279
8. expan 280
9. figure 14
10. g 10385 @ref (10385) : char:EOLhyphen (3086), char:cmbAbbrStroke (4646), char:EOLunhyphen (2303), char:abrum (100), char:abquam (62), char:abbus (26), char:punc (70), char:V (1), char:abque (82), char:absed (4), char:abur (4), char:aber (1)
11. gap 1974 @reason (1974) : illegible (1967), duplicate (6), missing (1) • @resp (1967) : #APEX (1967) • @extent (1974) : 1 letter (1531), 1 word (76), 3 letters (52), 2 letters (272), 1 span (32), 1 page (7), 4 letters (4)
12. head 129
13. hi 2507 @rend (2506) : sup (2506)
14. item 207
15. list 18
16. note 506 @place (505) : margin (505)
17. p 223
18. pb 510 @facs (510) : tcp:9543:1 (2), tcp:9543:2 (2), tcp:9543:3 (2), tcp:9543:4 (2), tcp:9543:5 (2), tcp:9543:6 (2), tcp:9543:7 (2), tcp:9543:8 (2), tcp:9543:9 (2), tcp:9543:10 (2), tcp:9543:11 (2), tcp:9543:12 (2), tcp:9543:13 (2), tcp:9543:14 (2), tcp:9543:15 (2), tcp:9543:16 (2), tcp:9543:17 (2), tcp:9543:18 (2), tcp:9543:19 (2), tcp:9543:20 (2), tcp:9543:21 (2), tcp:9543:22 (2), tcp:9543:23 (2), tcp:9543:24 (2), tcp:9543:25 (2), tcp:9543:26 (2), tcp:9543:27 (2), tcp:9543:28 (2), tcp:9543:29 (2), tcp:9543:30 (2), tcp:9543:31 (2), tcp:9543:32 (2), tcp:9543:33 (2), tcp:9543:34 (2), tcp:9543:35 (2), tcp:9543:36 (2), tcp:9543:37 (2), tcp:9543:38 (2), tcp:9543:39 (2), tcp:9543:40 (2), tcp:9543:41 (2), tcp:9543:42 (2), tcp:9543:43 (2), tcp:9543:44 (2), tcp:9543:45 (2), tcp:9543:46 (2), tcp:9543:47 (2), tcp:9543:48 (2), tcp:9543:49 (2), tcp:9543:50 (2), tcp:9543:51 (2), tcp:9543:52 (2), tcp:9543:53 (2), tcp:9543:54 (2), tcp:9543:55 (2), tcp:9543:56 (2), tcp:9543:57 (2), tcp:9543:58 (2), tcp:9543:59 (2), tcp:9543:60 (2), tcp:9543:61 (2), tcp:9543:62 (2), tcp:9543:63 (2), tcp:9543:64 (2), tcp:9543:65 (2), tcp:9543:66 (2), tcp:9543:67 (2), tcp:9543:68 (2), tcp:9543:69 (2), tcp:9543:70 (2), tcp:9543:71 (2), tcp:9543:72 (2), tcp:9543:73 (2), tcp:9543:74 (2), tcp:9543:75 (2), tcp:9543:76 (2), tcp:9543:77 (2), tcp:9543:78 (2), tcp:9543:79 (2), tcp:9543:80 (2), tcp:9543:81 (2), tcp:9543:82 (2), tcp:9543:83 (2), tcp:9543:84 (2), tcp:9543:85 (2), tcp:9543:86 (2), tcp:9543:87 (2), tcp:9543:88 (2), tcp:9543:89 (2), tcp:9543:90 (2), tcp:9543:91 (2), tcp:9543:92 (2), tcp:9543:93 (2), tcp:9543:94 (2), tcp:9543:95 (2), tcp:9543:96 (2), tcp:9543:97 (2), tcp:9543:98 (2), tcp:9543:99 (2), tcp:9543:100 (2), tcp:9543:101 (2), tcp:9543:102 (2), tcp:9543:103 (2), tcp:9543:104 (2), tcp:9543:105 (2), tcp:9543:106 (2), tcp:9543:107 (2), tcp:9543:108 (2), tcp:9543:109 (2), tcp:9543:110 (2), tcp:9543:111 (2), tcp:9543:112 (2), tcp:9543:113 (2), tcp:9543:114 (2), tcp:9543:115 (2), tcp:9543:116 (2), tcp:9543:117 (2), tcp:9543:118 (2), tcp:9543:119 (2), tcp:9543:120 (2), tcp:9543:121 (2), tcp:9543:122 (2), tcp:9543:123 (2), tcp:9543:124 (2), tcp:9543:125 (2), tcp:9543:126 (2), tcp:9543:127 (2), tcp:9543:128 (2), tcp:9543:129 (2), tcp:9543:130 (2), tcp:9543:131 (2), tcp:9543:132 (2), tcp:9543:133 (2), tcp:9543:134 (2), tcp:9543:135 (2), tcp:9543:136 (2), tcp:9543:137 (2), tcp:9543:138 (2), tcp:9543:139 (2), tcp:9543:140 (2), tcp:9543:141 (2), tcp:9543:142 (2), tcp:9543:143 (2), tcp:9543:144 (2), tcp:9543:145 (2), tcp:9543:146 (2), tcp:9543:147 (2), tcp:9543:148 (2), tcp:9543:149 (2), tcp:9543:150 (2), tcp:9543:151 (2), tcp:9543:152 (2), tcp:9543:153 (2), tcp:9543:154 (2), tcp:9543:155 (2), tcp:9543:156 (2), tcp:9543:157 (2), tcp:9543:158 (2), tcp:9543:159 (2), tcp:9543:160 (2), tcp:9543:161 (2), tcp:9543:162 (2), tcp:9543:163 (2), tcp:9543:164 (2), tcp:9543:165 (2), tcp:9543:166 (2), tcp:9543:167 (2), tcp:9543:168 (2), tcp:9543:169 (2), tcp:9543:170 (2), tcp:9543:171 (2), tcp:9543:172 (2), tcp:9543:173 (2), tcp:9543:174 (2), tcp:9543:175 (2), tcp:9543:176 (2), tcp:9543:177 (2), tcp:9543:178 (2), tcp:9543:179 (2), tcp:9543:180 (2), tcp:9543:181 (2), tcp:9543:182 (2), tcp:9543:183 (2), tcp:9543:184 (2), tcp:9543:185 (2), tcp:9543:186 (2), tcp:9543:187 (2), tcp:9543:188 (2), tcp:9543:189 (2), tcp:9543:190 (2), tcp:9543:191 (2), tcp:9543:192 (2), tcp:9543:193 (2), tcp:9543:194 (2), tcp:9543:195 (2), tcp:9543:196 (2), tcp:9543:197 (2), tcp:9543:198 (2), tcp:9543:199 (2), tcp:9543:200 (2), tcp:9543:201 (2), tcp:9543:202 (2), tcp:9543:203 (2), tcp:9543:204 (2), tcp:9543:205 (2), tcp:9543:206 (2), tcp:9543:207 (2), tcp:9543:208 (2), tcp:9543:209 (2), tcp:9543:210 (2), tcp:9543:211 (2), tcp:9543:212 (2), tcp:9543:213 (2), tcp:9543:214 (2), tcp:9543:215 (2), tcp:9543:216 (2), tcp:9543:217 (2), tcp:9543:218 (2), tcp:9543:219 (2), tcp:9543:220 (2), tcp:9543:221 (2), tcp:9543:222 (2), tcp:9543:223 (2), tcp:9543:224 (2), tcp:9543:225 (2), tcp:9543:226 (2), tcp:9543:227 (2), tcp:9543:228 (2), tcp:9543:229 (2), tcp:9543:230 (2), tcp:9543:231 (2), tcp:9543:232 (2), tcp:9543:233 (2), tcp:9543:234 (2), tcp:9543:235 (2), tcp:9543:236 (2), tcp:9543:237 (2), tcp:9543:238 (2), tcp:9543:239 (2), tcp:9543:240 (2), tcp:9543:241 (2), tcp:9543:242 (2), tcp:9543:243 (2), tcp:9543:244 (2), tcp:9543:245 (2), tcp:9543:246 (2), tcp:9543:247 (2), tcp:9543:248 (2), tcp:9543:249 (2), tcp:9543:250 (2), tcp:9543:251 (2), tcp:9543:252 (2), tcp:9543:253 (2), tcp:9543:254 (2), tcp:9543:255 (2) • @rendition (21) : simple:additions (21)
19. seg 2 @rend (2) : decorInit (2)
20. trailer 4
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