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Other ways to say  the third line, undivided, shows the caldron with (the places of) its ears changed. the progress (of its subject) is (thus) stopped. the fat flesh of the pheasant (which is in the caldron) will not be eaten. but the (genial) rain will come, and the grounds for repentance will disappear. there will be good fortune in the end
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