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The Aeneid
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  • Deep in the dismal regions void of light, Three daughters at a birth were born to Night: These their brown mother, brooding on her care, Indued with windy wings to flit in air, With serpents girt alike, and crown’d with hissing hair.
  • …said he, "my strength and youth recall, Such as I was beneath Praeneste’s wall; Then when I made the foremost foes retire, And set whole heaps of conquer’d shields on fire; When Herilus in single fight I slew, Whom with three lives Feronia did endue; And thrice I sent him to the Stygian shore, Till the last ebbing soul return’d no moreSuch if I stood renew’d, not these alarms, Nor death, should rend me from my Pallas’ arms; Nor proud Mezentius, thus unpunish’d, boast His rapes and…

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  • She is endued with patience and understanding.
  • Your arm is endued with power; your hand is strong
    Psalm 89:13 (NIV)

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