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 Horn of Plenty [Cornu-co’pia].Horn of the Son of Oil (The) (Isa. v. 1). 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Horn of Power.
When Tam’ugin assumed the title of Ghengis Khan, he commanded that a white horn should be thenceforward the standard of his troops. So the great Mogul “lifted up his horn on high,” and was exalted to great power.   1

 Horn of Plenty [Cornu-co’pia].Horn of the Son of Oil (The) (Isa. v. 1). 

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