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[25] The figure known as concession springs from practically the same source as communication; it occurs when we leave some things to the judgment of the jury, or even in some cases of our opponents, as when Calvus says to Vatinius, “Summon all your assurance and assert that you have a better claim than Cato to be elected praetor.”

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