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But when both have died, each killing [735] the other in mutual slaughter, and the earth's dust has swallowed the black streams of their blood, who could offer sacrifice that might make purification? Who could cleanse them of their pollution? [740] O, the new troubles of this house mixed with its evils of before!

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