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Then let us now investigate names, just a we spoke a while ago about ideas and letters; for in that direction the object of our present search is coming in sight.

What do we need to understand about names?

Whether they all unite with one another, or none of them, or some will and some will not.

Evidently the last; some will and some will not.

This, perhaps, is what you mean, that those which are spoken in order

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