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“Would you crap in a thunder-mug that cost ten minae?”
“Let me not become a thunder-mug for the comic poets.”
“Xenylla asked for a cup; there wasn't any thunder-mug.”
“The bin is full of white flour and the wine-jars run over with fragrant liquor; all the chests are crammed with gold and silver, it is a sight to see; the tank is full of oil, the phials with perfumes, and the garret with dried figs. Vinegar flasks, plates, stew-pots and all the platters are of brass; our rotten old wooden trenchers for the fish have to-day become dishes of silver; even the thunder-mug is of ivory.”
“a thunder-mug in case you have to pee; I shall hang it up beside you.”
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