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strained muscle
used in The Iliad by Homer (translated by: Lang, Leaf, & Myers)

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Injury to muscles or tendons
  • But Patroklos followed after, crying fiercely to the Danaans, and full of evil will against the Trojans, while they with cries and flight filled all the ways, for they were scattered, and on high the storm of dust was scattered below the clouds, and the whole-hooved horses strained back towards the city, away from the ships and the huts.
    Book 16 (34% in)

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