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“But what of you, Socrates?” said Callias. “What are you proud of?”

Socrates drew up his face into a very solemn expression, and answered, “The trade of procurer.”

After the rest had had a laugh at him, “Very well,” said he, “you may laugh, but I know that I could make a lot of money if I cared to follow the trade.”

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