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Stich, stik, n. a verse or line of poetry, of whatever measure—used in composition: a row of trees.
So that it has come to pass that we must say, 'In England, Catholics are hanged, and those not stich are burned.'Henry VIII And His Court|Louise Muhlbach
Numbers in brackets refer to the Teubner text of Stich, but the divisions of the text are left unaltered.Meditations|Marcus Aurelius