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[4] But the most attractive form of peroration is that which we may use when we have an opportunity of drawing some argument from our opponent's speech, as for instance when we say “He omitted to deal with this portion of tile case,” or “He preferred to crush us by exciting odium against us,” or “He had good reason for resorting to entreaty, since lie knew certain facts.”

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