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He paid it in words and in spirit of loyal admiration, and no nobler eulogy of a corrival has been spoken by any man.
She dwelt with young Bold's sister, he that is my corrival in your love.
Corrival, kor-rī′val, n. a fellow-rival: a competitor: an equal.

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