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[5] In all these cases the syllogism rests on the letter of the law as well: for the accuser urges that the provisions of the law are precise. He will say, “I demand that the priestess who has broken her vows be cast down: it is the law,” or “The ravished woman demands the exercise of the [p. 153] choice permitted her by law,” or “Wool grows on sheep,” and so on.

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