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You will not be cheated as to the value of wares, you will not again see Prepis1 wiping his foul rump, nor will Cleonymus2 jostle you; you will take your walks, clothed in a fine tunic, without meeting Hyperbolus3 and his unceasing quibblings,

1 A debauchee of vile habits; a pathic.

2 Mentioned above; he was as proud as he was cowardly.

3 An Athenian general, quarrelsome and litigious, and an Informer into the bargain.

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