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Enter GRUMIO. .

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: (18) Am I but three inches ? why, thy horn is a foot, and so long and at the leat} This is said by Grumio ro Curtis. But though all the copics agree in the reading, what burn had Curtis ? But Grumio rides poft before his master, and blows his born to give notice of his own coming home, and bis mae Ker's approach.

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