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[67] I do not of course deny that just as there may be some points which you should deny in your statement [p. 87] of facts, others which you should add, and yet again others that you should alter, so there may be some which you should pass over in silence. But still only those points should be passed over which we ought and are at liberty to treat in this way. This is sometimes done for the sake of brevity, as in the phrase “He replied as he thought fit.”

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