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Historical Examples

apon ye condycyon I wyll tell it, loke that you here with bothe youre eyares.
The Pilgrimage of Pure Devotion Desiderius Erasmus

Whan he lokythe to the West, his mother is apõ his right hand, but whã he turnythe hym to the Este she is apon the lefte hand.
The Pilgrimage of Pure Devotion Desiderius Erasmus

And Laban with his brethern pitched their tẽte also apon the mounte Gilead.
The First Boke of Moses called Genesis William Tyndale

The English part, in black letter, is entitled: The englysshe of Mancyne apon the foure cardynale vertues.
The Ship of Fools, Volume 1 Sebastian Brandt

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