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Severity, rigor, mercilessness: “it is too general a vice, and s. must cure it,” Meas. III, 2, 106. “whereon to practise your s.” H6A II, 3, 47. “law shall scorn him further trial than the s. of the public power,” Cor. III, 1, 269. “beauty starved with her s.” Rom. I, 1, 225.
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