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[1470] In my ethereal flights I have seen many things new and strange and wondrous beyond belief. [1475] There is a tree called Cleonymus belonging to an unknown species; it has no heart, is good for nothing and is as tall as it is cowardly. In springtime it shoots forth calumnies instead of buds and [1480] in autumn it strews the ground with bucklers in place of leaves.

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