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1  Wars, grim wars I discern, and Tiber afoam with streams of blood.
The Aeneid By Virgil
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2  Then good Aeneas: 'Even I ere now discern the winds will have it so, and thou urgest against them in vain.'
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3  She discerns the vast concourse, and traverses the shore, and sees the haven abandoned and the fleet left alone.
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4  If you had hope in appeal to Aetolian arms, abandon it; though each man's hope is his own, you discern how narrow a path it is.
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5  But long ere this the Rutulians deemed the battle unequal, and their hearts are stirred in changeful motion; and now the more, as they discern nigher that in ill-matched strength.
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6  There he discerns, mournful and unhonoured dead, Leucaspis and Orontes, captains of the Lycian squadron, whom, as they sailed together from Troy over gusty seas, the south wind overwhelmed and wrapped the waters round ship and men.
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7  Meanwhile Neptune discerned with astonishment the loud roaring of the vexed sea, the tempest let loose from prison, and the still water boiling up from its depths, and lifting his head calm above the waves, looked forth across the deep.
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8  And now Dawn broke, and, leaving the saffron bed of Tithonus, shed her radiance anew over the world; when the Queen saw from her watch-tower the first light whitening, and the fleet standing out under squared sail, and discerned shore and haven empty of all their oarsmen.
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9  Here Tydeus meets him; here Parthenopaeus, glorious in arms, and the pallid phantom of Adrastus; here the Dardanians long wept on earth and fallen in the war; sighing he discerns all their long array, Glaucus and Medon and Thersilochus, the three children of Antenor, and Polyphoetes, Ceres' priest, and Idaeus yet charioted, yet grasping his arms.
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