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[813c] the Director of the Children,—who, in supervising both music and gymnastic, will have but little time to spare.

Clinias
How will he be able, at his age, to supervise so many affairs?

Athenian
Quite easily. For the law has granted him, and will continue to grant him, such men or women as he wishes to take to assist him in this task of supervision: he will know himself the right persons to choose, and he will be anxious

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