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 		<title type="full">The Homeric Hymns and Homerica with an English Translation by Hugh G. Evelyn-White. Theogony.</title>
 	
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 15      reverend       revered
 35      thou         you
 40      reverend       revered
 60 & 54 and other occurences
        bare         bore
        their spirit free  whose spirit is free
 80 & 2 others	whomsoever     whomever
 95      though a man have  although a man has
        live         lives
 110      ye          you
 115      Verily at the first In truth at first
 140      Lightener      Lightning Flash
 145      doughty       courageous
 150      sprang an hundred arms, ... , and each had fifty heads upon his shoulders on their strong limbs and . . .
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        sprang a hundred hands, . . . , and fifty heads grew from the shoulders upon the strong limbs of each, and . . .
 390      Lightener       Lightning god
 480      Thither        To that place
 575      a broidered      an embroidered
 595      skeps         hives
 625      how that with these they would gain
                   how with these they might gain
 655      nay          no
        we are come      we have come
 670      upon         from
 690      forthwith       immediately
 750      come         comes
 795      lies         must lie
        comes         come
        lies         lie
 800      and an harder     more hard
 963      thou         you
 970      him who finds him and into whose hands he comes he makes rich
                   he makes rich the man who finds him and into whose hands he comes
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