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[23e] you will pardon me for going after it.

Of course.

First, then, let us take three of the four and, as we see that two of these are split up and scattered each one into many, let us try, by collecting each of them again into one, to learn how each of them was both one and many.

If you could tell me more clearly about them, I might be able to follow you.

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