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  • rivers —    There are a few traces in 19th century local traditions of a belief that certain rivers are malevolent, and will periodically take a human life. The best known is the Dart (Devon), about which there is a rhyme:    River of Dart, River of Dart …   A Dictionary of English folklore

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