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molle, ‘buxom,’ soft and yielding as contrasted with duris montibus.

celebrant, ‘haunt,’ ‘frequent.’

nec . . . origo, ‘and no feeling of their birth touches them.’ This force of the verb is particularly common in Ovid. Cf. 667.

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