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[18] On the other hand, amplification may equally result from antecedent circumstances; for example, when Juno made her request to Aeolus, the latter1
"Turned his spear and smote
The mountain's caverned side, and forth the winds
Rushed in a throng,"
whereby the poet shows what a mighty tempest will ensue.

1 Aen. i. 81.

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