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Another ground of confidence is, ‘the supposition that we possess in greater quantity or in a higher degree those points of superiority which make (our enemies) formidable: such are wealth, bodily strength’, (carry on πλῆθος and ἰσχύς to the three following genitives,) ‘number and power (force) of friends, of territory, of military provision, (the last) either of every kind, or the most important and valuable.
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