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    Annotation author: Amanda Visconti
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    Give hands
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    directions for the dancing of a morris
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    The only true thing in life?
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    Stephen remembering Cranly's words and argument from Portrait.
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    Moors
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    Algebra is an Arabic (archaic "Moorish") invention
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    Yet someone had loved him
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    Stephen muses on the wonder of the love of mothers for their children, even children as weak and ill-favored as Sargent, as ''the only true thing in life''; he obviously has an uneasiness over his relationship to his deceased mother, whose last wish he slighted in order to feel free.
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    mien
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    appearance/countenance /complexion