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[7] which demands that after beginning with this question he should then proceed to introduce the subsidiary questions, thereby making the structure of his speech [p. 167] as regular as that of the human body, of which, for example, the hand is a part, while the fingers are parts of the hand, and the joints of the fingers.1 It is precisely this method of arrangement which it is impossible to demonstrate except with reference to some definite and specific case.

1 fecerit and struxerit are both negatived by the preceding non. It is impossible to reproduce the conciseness of the original.

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