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And he came to those minstrel maids, [395] to their orchard in the west, to pluck from golden leaves the apple-bearing fruit, when he had slain the tawny dragon, whose terrible coils were twined all round to guard it; [400] and he made his way into ocean's lairs, bringing calm to men that use the oar.

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