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[505] The Fury contrives that the peasants should be at hand. ‘Olli,’ Rom., Med. first reading, ‘illi,’ Med. second reading, Verona fragm., Gud. ‘Pestis’ of a Fury 12. 845. Cerda strangely supposes the sense to be that the passion for war is concealed in the rustic nature.

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