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[6] ‘Surely,’ said he, ‘it were enough not to eat what you don't like; but he who finds fault with ill-breeding like this is ill-bred himself’ Once, too, upon a journey, he and his followers were driven by a storm into a poor man's hut, and when he found that it consisted of one room only, and that one barely able to accommodate a single person, he said to his friends that honours must be yielded to the strongest, but necessities to the weakest, and bade Oppius lie down there, while he himself with the rest of his company slept in the porch.

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