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DIS-Apart, Away From (Prefix)
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People," said the rat, "always speak of it with a sneer--as though it were something dis- graceful.
What had happened in the last seven hours I still did not know; nor did I know, though I was beginning to guess, the relation between these mechanical colossi and the sluggish lumps I had seen dis- gorged from the cylinder.
It was sure to be brought plain by one of those arrows which cloud the air and are constantly pricking, dis- covering, proclaiming those things which are willed to be forever hidden.