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[221a] as tridents do, but only the head and mouth of the fish caught, and proceeds from below upwards, being pulled up by twigs and rods. By what name, Theaetetus, shall we say this ought to be called?

I think our search is now ended and we have found the very thing we set before us a while ago as necessary to find.

Now, then, you and I are not only agreed

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