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[7] With these words, as the Romans' custom is after prayer and adoration, he wheeled himself about to the right, but stumbled and fell as he turned. The bystanders were confounded, but he picked himself up again from his fall and said: ‘My prayer is granted! a slight fall is my atonement for the greatest good fortune.’

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