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[194b] and I am truly vexed at finding myself unable to express offhand what I think. For I feel that I conceive in thought what courage is, but somehow or other she has given me the slip for the moment, so that I fail to lay hold of her in speech and state what she is.

Well, my dear sir, the good huntsman must follow the hounds and not give up the chase.

Yes, indeed, by all means.

Then do you agree to our inviting Nicias here to join in our hunt? He may be more resourceful than we are.

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