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elements? — “Does not our life consist of the four,” TWELFTH NIGHT, ii. 3. 9 ; “the elements So mix'd in him,” JULIUS CAESAR, v. 5. 73 ; “my other elements I give to baser life,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, v. 2. 287. “Man was supposed to be composed of the four elements, the due proportion and commixture of which, in his composition, was what produced in him every kind of perfection, mental and bodily.” Nares's Gloss. sub “Elements.”

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