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[38] Jactor; Versor, scilicet cogitalione: because the thoughts of the dangers which surround you, are ever present to my mind; and I seem myself to be equally involved in them.

Esaros lerna per ora canes. This relates to three-headed Cerberus, whom Hercules at the desire of Eurystheus attacked, and forcibly dragged from his infernal habitation.

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