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But he dared to say that I am tripped up by my own words. For he says1 that when I was prosecuting Timarchus I said that his lewdness was a matter of common report, and that Hesiod, a good poet, says, “But Common Report dies never, the voice that tongues of many men do utter. She also is divine.”2 He says that this same god comes now and accuses me, for everybody says, according to him, that I have got money from Philip.
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