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[3] And there are two jars placed in the court, one of copper and one of wood, separate so that a man may not secretly throw in pebbles undetected, into which the jurymen put their votes, the copper jar to count and the wooden jar for pebbles not used, the copper jar having a lid with a hole in it only large enough to take just the pebble alone, so that the same man may not throw in two.

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