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[119c] For I am sure that my natural powers alone will give me an easy victory over them.

Ho, ho, my good sir, what a thing to say! How unworthy of your looks and your other advantages!

What is your meaning now, Socrates? What is the connection?

I am grieved for you, and for my love.

Why, pray?

That you should expect your contest to be with the men we have here.

Well, but with whom is it to be?

Is that a worthy question to be asked by a man who considers himself high-spirited?

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