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[796e] disclose it.

It is no easy thing, Stranger, to reject your account of gymnastic training and competition, and produce a better one.

The subject which comes next to this, and deals with the gifts of Apollo and the Muses, is one which we previously1 thought we had done with, and that the only subject left was gymnastic; but I plainly see now, not only what still remains to be said to everybody, but also that it ought to come first. Let us, then, state these points in order.

By all means let us do so.

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