Readings for line KD.20.142

And bolde and bidyng · while his bagge lasteth
And bolde and bidynge . while his bagge lasteþ .
And bold and abiding while his bagge lasteth
And boold and bidynge . while his bagge lasteþ
and bold and abidynge · while his bagge lasteþ
And bolde and bydyng · while hise bake lasteth
and bold & byddyngG.21.139: Although the G scribe was clearly aware of the possibility of using single and double consonants to indicate preceding long and short vowels, his practice in this respect is by no means consistent and G byddyng may therefore simply be spelling variant of most manuscripts bidyng. See Introduction III.2. / whyle hys bagge lastethe
And boold & abidynge  whyle his bagge lasteþ
And bolde and abydyngeþe whileR.20.116: In place of alpha's þe while, beta has while. Cx is uncertain here since the manuscripts are almost evenly divided, with members of both major families supporting alpha and others agreeing with beta. However, those that agree here with alpha include most of the best copies of both X and P groups. his bagge lasteth .R.20.116: After this line, the R scribe failed to leave a blank line, his usual custom for dividing verse strophes. No reason is apparent.
& bold / & a-byȝdynge / þe whyle his baggis lasten.