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Sinews split and the bone-lappings burst. Beowulf was granted the glory of winning. (816-818)
Then the Danish prince, descendant of Ing, handed over both the arms and the horses, urging Beowulf to use them well. (1042-1044)
An arrow from the bow of the Geat chief got one of them as he surged to the surface. (1432-1434)
He dived into the heaving depths of the lake. It was the best part of a day before he could see the solid bottom. (1494-1496)
Holy God decided the victory. It was easy for the Lord, the Ruler of Heaven, to redress the balance once Beowulf got back up on his feet. (1554-1556)
She fell to the floor. The sword dripped blood, the swordsman was elated. (1568-1569)
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