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- noun Plural form of
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The least and most trivial episodes, or underactions, which are interwoven in it, are parts either necessary or convenient to carry on the main design; either so necessary, that, without them, the poem must be imperfect, or so convenient, that no others can be imagind more suitable to the place in which they are.
Dedication Vergil 1909
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