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suus, restored to himself in appearance. Cf. III. 203 (of Actaeon), lacrimaeque per ora non sua fluxerunt, V. 546, ille sibi ablatus fulvis amicitur in alis.

spinis. ‘The parts of which his dress consisted were attached to each other not, as usual, with studs or buttons, but, as among the Indians still, and among the aborigines of whatever country, with skewers. Henry, Aeneidea, vol. II. p. 499.

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