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The Two Towers
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  • Sam was eager for an answer to the same question and could not refrain himself from muttering, for his master’s ear alone as he thought: ’It’s a fine view, no doubt, Mr. Frodo, but chilly to the heart, not to mention the bones! What’s going on? ’ Faramir heard and answered.

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as in: a repeated refrain Define
something repeated regularly -- especially:
  • lines repeated after each verse of a song
  • a phrase or idea often repeated by someone or within a poem

as in: refrain from laughing Define
avoid or resist doing something
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