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oc-

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As he who had so befriended him was thus passing out of his life, it suddenly oc- curred to the youth that he had not once seen his face.
Behold, I am even now busied with trial of the powerfulest enchantment known to the princes of the oc- cult arts in the lands of the East; an it fail me, naught can avail.
He fancied she was trembling, and it oc- curred to him that she had her part perhaps in that little game that was to be sprung on his old man to-morrow.