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[30] Again, a number of clauses may begin with the same word for the sake of force and emphasis. “Were you unmoved by the guard set each night upon the Palatine, unmoved by the patrolling of the city, unmoved by the terror of the people, unmoved by the unanimity of all good citizens, unmoved by the choice of so strongly fortified a spot for the assembly of the senate, unmoved by the looks and faces of those here present to-day?”1 Or they may end with the same words. “Who demanded them? Appius. Who produced them? Appius.”2

1 Cic. Cat. I. i. 1.

2 pro. Mil. xxii. 59.

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