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elf-locks “in foul sluttish hairs—Bakes the,” ROMEO AND JULIET, i. 4. 90. Locks so clotted together were supposed to be the operation of fairies; a superstition which, as Warburton suggests, may have had its rise from the disease called Plica Polonica.

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