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"Moreover, the breath (often identified with the soul in the Upanishads, and here called the atman, the word that came to designate the transmigrating soul) is here said to disperse separately into the wind." (p. 48)

"And Soma, the healer, is asked to assist Agni in cleansing and healing the body." (v. 6 / p. 49)

"Drinking at the vat that has Soma-vats for buckets, a pressing-stone for its wheel, a consecrated goblet for its casing; this is the fountain where men drink." (p. 66)

"That man is no friend who does not give of his own nourishment to his friend, the companion at his side. Let the friend turn away from him; this s not his dwelling-place. Let him find another man who gives freely, even it be from a stranger." (p. 69)

"When, as the ritual law ordains, the men circle three times, leading the horse that is to be the oblation...

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