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Overwritten brown with strikethrough
Added inline purple with double underline
Uncertain gray with wavy underline
Supplied from another source turquoise with brackets
Metamark green with triple underline
Long deletion gray background with top and bottom border
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  • hexameters—verses whose lines are six poetic feet, either dactyls or spondees "Then when An1dromache2 ended, said3 tall bright4 helmeted5  
    All thy cares, dear wife, are partaken by me—but above them! 
  • dactyl, a poetic foot of one long and two short syllables Aurora now Oft at the—close of the—day when the  
  • Spondee—a poetic foot of two long syllables Auro, ra now, fain daugh, ter of, the dawn,
  • Pentameter, having five regular feet, (as the line immediately above,)
  • Iambus—two short syllables
  • Trochee—a long and a short syllable Exult, ingtrem, blingfaint, ingdy, ing Possessd byall themuse 's paint ing
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