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(modern English measure) is used by Chaucer to mean ‘measurement’ (e.g. IV.256–7), but regularly has the sense of ‘moderation’. Thus Prudence speaks of ‘mesure of wepyng’ (VII.990); Virginia has ‘mesure ...

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