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[185e] If, however, it is a very stubborn one, take something that will tickle your nostrils, and sneeze: do this once or twice, and though it be of the stubbornest, it will stop.” “Start away with your speech,” said Aristophanes, “and I will do as you advise.”

1 Then Eryximachus spoke as follows: “Well then, since Pausanias did not properly finish off

1 The Speech of Eryximachus

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