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[63] Theodectes asserts that the statement of facts should not merely be magnificent, but attractive in style. But this quality again though suitable enough to the statement of facts, is equally so in other portions of the speech. There are others [p. 85] who add palpability, which the Greeks call ἐνάργεια.

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