With hundred rows of teeth the shark exceeds, And on all trades, like casawar, she feeds ; Chops off the piece where'er she close the jaw, Else swallows all down her indented maw. Satires of Andrew Marvell - Page 23by Andrew Marvell - 1892 - 244 pagesFull view
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Thomas P. Slaughter - History - 1988 - 291 pages
...armies that were, on occasion, used to collect them. Andrew Marvell found the tax detestable because; Excise, a monster worse than e'er before Frighted...cellars pries; With hundred rows of teeth the shark exeeeds, And on all trades, like Casawar, she feeds. . . . She stalks all day in streets, conceal'd...