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The Aeneid
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  • Down comes the rider headlong from his height: His horse came after with unwieldy weight, And, flound’ring forward, pitching on his head, His lord’s incumber’d shoulder overlaid.
  • Murranus, boasting of his blood, that springs From a long royal race of Latian kings, Is by the Trojan from his chariot thrown, Crush’d with the weight of an unwieldy stone: Betwixt the wheels he fell; the wheels, that bore His living load, his dying body tore.

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  • I bumped into her while carrying the unwieldy package.
  • In its current form, the device is too big and unwieldy for mass sales.

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