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Leader of the Chorus
But we [815] could name many amongst you who do quite as much, and who are, even more than ourselves, gluttons, parasites, cheats and kidnappers of slaves. [820] We know how to keep our property better than you. We still have our cylinders, our beams, our baskets and our sunshades; [825] whereas many among you have lost the wood of your spears as well as the iron, and many others have cast away their bucklers on the battlefield.

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