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Shakespeare`s Hamlet
VERB [1]_______________________ VERB [9]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [2]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [10]_______________________
VERB [3]_______________________ NOUN [11]_______________________
NOUN (PLURAL) [4]_______________________ VERB [12]_______________________
WEAPON (PLURAL) [5]_______________________ NOUN [13]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [6]_______________________ VERB ENDING IN "ED" [14]_______________________
NOUN [7]_______________________ NOUN [15]_______________________
FOOD (PLURAL) [8]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [16]_______________________


NOTE: Some words may occur more than once.


To           [1]          , or not to           [1]          ,--that is the question:--
Whether `tis more           [2]           in the mind to           [3]          
The           [4]           and           [5]           of           [6]           fortune
Or to take           [7]           against a sea of           [8]          ,
And by opposing end them?--To die,--to           [9]          ,--
No more; and by a           [10]           to say we end
The heartache, and the thousand           [10]           shocks
That flesh is heir to,--`tis a           [11]          
Devoutly to be wish`d. To die,--to           [12]          ;--
To           [14]          ! perchance to dream:--ay, there`s the           [13]          ;
For in that           [14]           of death what dreams may come,
When we have           [14]           off this mortal           [15]          ,
Must give us pause: there`s the respect
That makes calamity of so           [16]           life...
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