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1 Fr. 13 Sheehan.
2 Top. xxi. 80.
3 This chapter is highly technical and of little interest for the most part to any save professed students of the technique of the ancient schools of rhetoric. Its apparent obscurity will, however, he found to disappear on careful analysis. The one passage of general interest it contains is to be found in the extremely ingenious fictitious theme discussed in sections 96 sqq.
4 There is no exact English equivalent for status. Basis or ground are perhaps the nearest equivalents.
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