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[3] “How is it that with so many mouths to feed Ceramon not only contrives to provide for the needs of himself and his family, but actually saves enough to make him a rich man, whereas you, with so many mouths to feed, fear you will all be starved to death?”

“The explanation, of course, is this: my dependants are gentlefolk, his are slaves.”

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