Take, and read them the law and these depositions.“ Law ”“ Depositions

I do not know what reason there is why I should say more; for I believe that nothing that I have said has escaped you. Pour out the water.1

1 The speaker concludes without having exhausted the time allowed him; there is, therefore, water left in the water-clock. This he effectively bids the attendant to pour out. Dem. 38 closes with these same words. In Dem. 54, while depositions are being read, the attendant is bidden to check the flow of the water.

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