It is a comune lif quod clergie on holychurche to —M.10.241: The erasure of to brings M into agreement with F. bileue .
It is commune lyfe quod clergie , on holy church to be-leue
¶ yt is acomouna comoun lyfe quod clergye · on holy cherche to beleue ·
¶ It is a comune lif quod clergie · on haly chirche to bileue
ytt ys comenlye quodG.11.241: Although both G and F read quod rather than lyf quod (as remaining B manuscripts), the preceding -lye ending on G comenlye (most manuscripts comune) suggests that some form of "life" was in fact present in G's exemplar. clargye on holy chuvrche to beleuve