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[5] The fourth rule consists in keeping the genders distinct—masculine, feminine, and neuter,1 as laid down by Protagoras; these also must be properly introduced:

1 σκεύη, “inanimate things,” the classification probably being male, female, and inanimate, not the grammatical one of masculine, feminine, and neuter.

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