explaination of quotes

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explaine the following quotes:

1-Hoist with his own petard. (Act3. scene 4, line 227) 2-There is nothing/either good or bad but thinking makes it so (Act 2,scene 2) 3-Thelady doth protest too much ,methinks .(Act 3,scene 2) 4-Caviare to the general.(Act 2.scene 2) 5-Neither a borrower nor a lender be .Act 1 ,scene 3) 6-Thus conscience does make cowards of us all.(Act 3,scene 1) 7-It is a custom/More honoured in the breach than the observance.(Act1,scene4) 8-For this relief much thanks. ( Act1,scene 1) 9-There are more things in heaven and earth,Horatio/Than are dreamt of in yuor philosophy.(Aact 1,scene 5) 10-I must be cruel only to be kind.(Act 3, scene 4) 11-Ay,springes to catch woodcocks.(Act 1,scene 3) 12-More matter,with less art.(Act 1,scene 2)

-- mary ibraham (mary-kanna@yahoo.com), July 15, 2004

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