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I know not that any other author has hinted of the matter; but by inference it seems to me that the sturgeon must be divided in the same way as the whale, the King receiving the highly dense and elastic head peculiar to that fish, which, symbolically regarded, may possibly be humorously grounded upon some presumed congeniality.
It might, of course, mean that she did not love Kulan Tith; and so, by inference, be taken to mean that she loved another.
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