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The Aeneid
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  • As Helenus enjoin’d, we next adore Diana’s name, protectress of the shore.
  • Oft, since he breath’d his last, in dead of night His reverend image stood before my sight; Enjoin’d to seek, below, his holy shade; Conducted there by your unerring aid.
  • For this are various penances enjoin’d; And some are hung to bleach upon the wind, Some plung’d in waters, others purg’d in fires, Till all the dregs are drain’d, and all the rust expires.

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  • Her moral outlook enjoins her to treat every person with dignity.
  • Environmentalist seek to enjoin the drilling on the grounds that it is unnecessary and dangerous.

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