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mote
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Moby Dick
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  • "Which to secure, no skill of leach’s art Mote him availle, but to returne againe To his wound’s worker, that with lowly dart, Dinting his breast, had bred his restless paine, Like as the wounded whale to shore flies thro’ the maine."

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  • without a mote of protest
  • a mote in your eye

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