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