Ne stryue aȝeines his statut · so sterneliche he lokedL.6.327: A later hand put a bracket in the right margin which extends to include the next line. The ink is darker than the
Ne striuen agaynst his statute , so sternely he loked
Ne stryue ayeins his statute · so strernlichesternliche he loked
ne stryuve ageynst þeisG.7.327: The <s> of corrected G þis appears over the <e> of original þe, the <i> in front of it.G.7.327: Bo Cot and F share G's original reading þe, and this is the reading adopted by Kane and Donaldson. The majority B reading is his. statuvte so sternleche he loked
Ne struestr[i]ue aȝeynes his statute so sterneliche he lokede .