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[48] Words of different meaning may likewise be grouped together, as for instance, “The woman, the savage cruelty of the tyrant, love for his father, anger beyond control, the madness of blind daring”;1 or again, as in the following passage from Ovid,2

“But the dread Nereids' power,
But horned Ammon, but that wild sea-beast
To feed upon my vitals that must come.

1 Probably from a declamation.

2 Met. v. 17.

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