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Citation: Scylla/Charybdis
Language: Greek, Latin
References: The Letter of Marque, page 63
Meaning: Scylla was a great sea-monster, stationed at the foot of the cliffs opposite Charybdis, a fearsome whirlpool


We assume Aubrey was attempting some more flattering comparison.

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