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[31] He has made his accusation in this manner, thinking that his extravagant assertions about me and my wealth and the great number of my pupils would arouse the envy of all his hearers, while my alleged activities in the law-courts would stir up your anger and hate; and when judges are affected by these very passions, they are most severe upon those who are on trial.

However, in the one charge he has grossly exaggerated the facts and in the other he lies outright, as I think I can easily show.

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