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[36] have you neither liberated Euboea nor regained any of your lost possessions? On the other hand, while you stay at home, at leisure and in health”—(if indeed they could say that men who behave thus are in health)—“Philip has set up two despots in Euboea, entrenching one right over against Attica and the other as a menace to Sciathus;

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