What Is a Tiger's Chaudron?

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Tiger's chaudron is a phrase from witches' speech in act i scene of the book Macbeth that refers to a tiger's temperament. It also refers to an archaic form of today's cauldron. Macbeth is a William Shakespeare book.
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