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[55] The same result is produced by [p. 81] preparatory remarks such as the following: “The accused is a strong man and was fully armed, while his opponents were weak, unarmed and suspecting no evil.” We may in fact touch on everything that we propose to produce in our proof; while making our statement of facts, as for instance points connected with persons, cause, place, time, the instrument and occasion employed.

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