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1 The flour of the grain called "far," Fée thinks. See B. xviii. c. 10.
2 This statement is probably founded upon the notion that corn has the property of attracting liquids, even when enclosed in vessels.
3 A paste of this kind, if applied to a recent wound, would have the effect of preventing cicatrization, and giving free access to the flow of blood.
4 See B. xviii. c. 19.
5 Or "flour." See B. xiii. c. 26.
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