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μηδὲδοκιμαζέτω ‘Let him deem that his neighbour does not know it either.’

ἀλλ᾽ ἀξιούτω ‘No! let him require the defendant to prove clearly whatever he may assert, and not to shirk the truth by saying that you know things about which he will not himself be able to bring forward any fair plea.’

ὑποδίκους ‘Responsible for their testimony,’ Kennedy. Lit. ‘under penalty of being tried for perjury.’

παρέσχημαι The Ionic passive perfect of παρέχομαι is used in the medial sense. It is formed regularly as if from παρασχέω, a secondary present of παρασχεῖν. See Or. 39 § 15, and 56 § 39.

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