Thus it is , nedeth no man trow none other
Thus it nedes no man trow non other
thysG.18.166: For the G scribe's use of "this" for remaining manuscripts "thus," see note to G.4.76. ytt nedethe no man trow non other
Þus it nedeth no manR.17.144: Though HmCG agree with alpha's version of
this a-verse, it appears that beta reads Þus it is nedeth
no man. toR.17.144: L agrees with RF, though the other beta copies omit to. trowen non other
Þus it neediþ euery man / to trowen on non oþir.F.13.249: Alpha has confused the sense. Beta witnesses read "Thus it is nedeþ no man trowe noon ooþer."