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race “of heaven—None our parts so poor But was a,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, i. 3. 37. Here Warburton (with the approbation of Johnson) interprets was a race of heaven by “had a smack or flavour of heaven;” while Malone is “not sure that the poet did not mean ‘was of heavenly origin.’”

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