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Ore, a vein of gold: “when beauty boasted blushes, in despite virtue would stain that o. with silver white,” Lucr. 56 (M. Edd. o'er).* “to what metal this counterfeit lump of o. will be melted,” All's III, 6, 40 (O. Edd. ours). “like some o. among a mineral of metals base,” Hml. IV, 1, 25.
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