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1  In sudden dismay the Aeneadae know the hated form and giant limbs.
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2  In it the Fury sank, and relieved earth and heaven of her hateful influence.
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3  The Tyrrhene ranks gather round him, and all at once in unison shower their darts down on the hated foe.
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4  So speaks she as she kept turning her mind round about, seeking how soonest to break away from the hateful light.
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5  Whoso thou art, not hated I think of the immortals dost thou draw the breath of life, who hast reached the Tyrian city.
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6  Not the hated face of the Laconian woman, Tyndarus' daughter; not Paris is to blame; the gods, the gods in anger overturn this magnificence, and make Troy topple down.
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7  But if I only am claimed by the Teucrians for combat, if that is your pleasure, and I am the barrier to the public good, Victory does not so hate and shun my hands that I should renounce any enterprise for so great a hope.
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8  But when at the turn of the hinge the light wind from the doorway stirs them, and disarranges the delicate foliage, never after does she trouble to capture them as they flutter about the hollow rock, nor restore their places or join the verses; men depart without counsel, and hate the Sibyl's dwelling.
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9  Here are they who hated their brethren while life endured, or struck a parent or entangled a client in wrong, or who brooded alone over found treasure and shared it not with their fellows, this the greatest multitude of all; and they who were slain for adultery, and who followed unrighteous arms, and feared not to betray their masters' plighted hand.
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