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[28] And those whom we wrong1 in order to ingratiate ourselves with our friends, or persons whom we admire or love, or our masters, in a word, those by whom our life is ruled.

1 οἷς i.e. supplying ἀδικουμένοις, “by whose being wronged.” οὓς has been suggested, i.e. supplying ἀδικοῦντες, “wronging whom.”

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