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[39] “If, then,” said the other, “under pretence1 that you were fleeing from me you would go over into the enemy's country, I believe they would trust you.”

“Aye, by Zeus,” said Araspas, “and I know that even with my friends I could start the story that I was running away from you.”

1 Cyrus sends him as a spy

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