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[99] Rutilius also in addition to the figures found in other authors adds, παρομολογία1 ἀναγκαῖον2 ἠθοποιΐα3 [p. 505] δικαιολογία,4 πρόληψις,5 χαρακτηρισμός6 βραχυλογία,7 παρασιώπησις8 παῤῥησία9 of which I say the same. I will pass by those authors who set no limit to their craze for inventing technical terms and even include among figures what really comes under the head of arguments.

1 The advancement of some stronger argument after the concession of some other point to our adversary.

2 See IX. ii. 106.

3 See IX. ii. 58.

4 The statement of the justice of our cause in the briefest possible form.

5 See IX. ii. 16.

6 Description of character or manners.

7 See IX. iii. 50.

8 The statement that we refrain from saying something, though making it perfectly clear what it is.

9 Freedom of speech.

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