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The hind, with a much greater degree of frankness, has discovered to us the elaphoboscon, a plant of which we have already1 spoken, and which is also called "helxine,"2 from the assistance it affords those animals in yeaning.

1 In B. xxii. c. 37.

2 From the Greek ἕλκω, "to draw."

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