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Ajax. If I fall, Pyrrha may be yours : you will then deserve her—Till then Per. So he that conquers, as a reward, I find, is to be married—Now, dear Ajax, is that worth fighting for 2 Ajax. “Your passion for that lady, Periphas, is too * public to bear dispute.”—Spare your jokes; for my courage wants no farther provocation. Have not I seen you whisper her, laugh with her ? And, by some particular looks at the same time, ’twas too evident that you were laughing at me. Per. Looks, Ajax Ajax. Yes, looks my Lord; and I never did, or will take an impertinent one from any man. Per. Impertinent one Ajaw. Furies this calm mockery is not to be borne. I won’t have my words repeated. * Per. Such language, Ajax, may provoke me.

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