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(183)
Here pale with fear he doth premeditate (184)

The dangers of his loathsome enterprise, (185)

And in his inward mind he doth debate (186)

What following sorrow may on this arise: (187)

Then looking scornfully, he doth despise
(188)
His naked armour of still-slaughter'd lust, (189)

And justly thus controls his thoughts unjust:

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