\@Vampire Mythology: Non-Dictionary Text

 
 
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To my father,
Amedeo C. Falcone,
Noli nothi permittere te terere.
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For foreign terms where the pronunciation is known, a key is given.

Encyclopedia of vampire mythology . 2014.

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