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  • A drunken man wot well he hath an house, But he wot not which is the right way thither, And to a drunken man the way is slither*. *slippery And certes in this world so fare we. — “Canterbury Tales” by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • I thus: "The minarets already, Sir! There certes in the valley I descry, Gleaming vermilion, as if they from fire Had issu'd." He replied: "Eternal fire, That inward burns, shows them with ruddy flame Illum'd; as in this nether hell thou seest." — “The Divine Comedy” by Dante Alighieri
  • If death, said my father, reasoning with himself, is nothing but the separation of the soul from the body;–and if it is true that people can walk about and do their business without brains,–then certes the soul does not inhabit there. Q.E.D. — “Tristram Shandy” by Laurence Sterne
  • 'Merciless, or money-loving, deaf to counsel, false of faith, Thoughtless, spiritless, or careless, changing course with every breath, Or the man who scorns his rival–if a prince should choose a foe, Ripe for meeting and defeating, certes he would choose him so. — “Ramayana” by Valmiki


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