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The Aeneid
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  • Their father Tyrrheus did his fodder bring, Tyrrheus, chief ranger to the Latian king: Their sister Silvia cherish’d with her care The little wanton, and did wreaths prepare To hang his budding horns, with ribbons tied His tender neck, and comb’d his silken hide, And bathed his body.

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as in: cannon fodder Define
people thought of as readily expendable to further a military campaign
as in: fodder for discussion Define
people or things useful for a particular purpose
as in: cattle fodder Define
food such as hay or straw that is given to domesticated animals
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