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[13] The plaintiff, however, who demands that you believe him as one speaking the truth, waited for three years after my father had spoken for the first time to Archebiades and the other friends of Cephisiades, and after they had refused to pay any attention to Callippus or to what he said; then, when he learned that my father was in poor health, and had difficulty in coming up to the city, and that his sight was failing,

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