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field — “In her fair face's,” THE RAPE OF LUCRECE, 72. “Field is here equivocally used. The war of lilies and roses requires a field of battle; the heraldry in the preceding stanza demands another field, that is, the ground or surface of a shield or escutcheon” (STEEVENS) .

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