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[94] He calls it προσαπόδοσις and states1 that strictly it applies to a number of propositions, since the reason is either attached to each proposition separately, as in the following passage from Gaius Antonius:2 “But I do not fear him as an accuser, for I am innocent; I do not dread him as a rival candidate, for I am Antonius; I do not expect to see him consul, for he is Cicero”;

1 The subj. servetur seems to indicate indirect speech.

2 Elected consul with Cicero for 63 B.C.

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