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[16] The one can despise malice and avarice, the other cannot. The language of the one is gracious,1 of the other ugly. As for religion, nothing checks impiety in the one, the other is conspicuous for his piety.

1 i.e., kindly and pleasant; not reckless and shameless like that of the politicians.

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