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sequel
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The Aeneid
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  • Scarce dare I tell the sequel: from the womb Of wounded earth, and caverns of the tomb, A groan, as of a troubled ghost, renew’d My fright, and then these dreadful words ensued: ’Why dost thou thus my buried body rend?

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  • It was in the sequel to the first Harry Potter book.
  • They were so confident Lord of the Rings would be successful, they filmed some of the sequels with the first film.

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