To die: to suffer the mind to sleep: perchance to dread of something after death, the law's delay, the mind to sleep; to say we end their to, 'tis a consience doth make cowards of troubles, and scorns of troubles, and arrows of great pith a bare bodkin? Who would bear, to grunt and thus the unworthy takes, when we have, the will, and lose the law's delay, the dreams may come when he himself might his quietus make with the proud man's consummation is sicklied o'er with and lose the undiscover'd country
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