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[42] But all these perils may be boldly faced by those who have no difficulty in changing their line of pleading. Those however who cannot get away from what they have written, are reduced to silence by such emergencies or else led into making false statements, as for instance if an advocate should say, “He stretches out suppliant hands to embrace your knees,” or “The unhappy man is locked in the embrace of his children,” or “See he recalls me to the point,” although the person in question is doing none of these things.

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