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    julia garcia

    Thank you for the answer!

    Now, could you tell me what these sentences mean?


    "He would be taught to turn away wrath with a swift sword". The word or phrase "a swift sword" don't appear in the dictionary. And

    "Not channelled along some pre-ordained path"


    Thank you very much!

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    Re: julia garcia

    Quote Originally Posted by juligarcia View Post
    Thank you for the answer!

    Now, could you tell me what these sentences mean?


    "He would be taught to turn away wrath with a swift sword". The word or phrase "a swift sword" don't appear in the dictionary. And

    "Not channelled along some pre-ordained path"


    Thank you very much!
    You have been asked not to use your user name as a title for your questions. "With a swift sword" would have been a good title for this one.

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