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[95] or, after two or three propositions have been stated, the reasons for them may be given continuously in the same order, as for example in the [p. 503] words that Brutus uses of Gnaeus Pompeius: “For it is better to rule no man than to be the slave to any man: since one may live with honour without ruling, whereas life is no life for the slave.”

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