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 Devil’s Throat (The).Devonshire, 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Devils (in Dante’s Divine Comedy):
 
       
Alichino (The allurer.)
Barbariccia. (The malicious.)
Calcobrina. (The grace-scorner.)
Caynazzo. (The snarler.)
Ciriato Sannuto. (The tusked boar.)
Dragnignazzo. (The fell dragon.)
Farfarello. (The scandalmonger.)
Grafficane. (The doggish.)
Libicocco. (The ill-tempered.)
Rubicante. (The red with rage.)
Scarmiglione. (The baneful.)
The blue Devils. The fldgets or megrims.
 


 Devil’s Throat (The).Devonshire, 

 
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