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upp að borði,
of ljótt ofan
úlfs hnitbróður. (eddic or germanic)
(Then very bravely Thor, doer of great deeds,
pulled the poison-gleaming serpent up on board.
With his hammer he violently struck, from above
the hideous one, the wolf’s intimate-brother’s head.*
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