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    Mr Deasy
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    A venerated geezer at the time of the Trojan War and a legendary horseman from days of yore, Nestor (Deasy) was a sort of Polonious-type, better known for dispensing outmoded advice than for achievements won in the execution thereof. Too old to fight at Troy himself, this master of war never failed to urge young men to do so. In seeking Odysseus, Telemachus (Stephen) first visited Nestor, where he heard a wealth of opinion and learned little information of use.
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    Annotation author: Amanda Visconti
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    Stuart coins
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    Stuart refers to the family that ruled England during the 1600s. Despite the Stuart's Catholicism and Irish ancestry, the family brought grief to Ireland by the backlash against their Catholicism following their rule. The treasure of their wealth is ''base'', as it has been taken from the Irish people
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    gaitered
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    wearing gaiters, an accessory that protected the ankles, and sometimes the shins, from mud
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    It is very simple
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    Stephen struggled with sums when he was Sargent's age, as shown in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.