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[2] Now, Vatinius himself had swellings on his neck, and once when he was pleading a case Cicero called him a tumid orator. Again, after hearing that Vatinius was dead, and then after a little learning for a surety that he was alive, ‘Wretchedly perish, then,’ said Cicero, ‘the wretch who lied!’

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