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[267d] as he said, at rousing large companies to wrath, and soothing them again by his charms when they are angry, and most powerful in devising and abolishing calumnies on any grounds whatsoever. But all seem to be in agreement concerning the conclusion of discourses, which some call recapitulation, while others give it some other name.

You mean making a summary of the points of the speech at the end of it, so as to remind the hearers of what has been said?

These are the things I mean, these and anything else you can mention concerned with the art of rhetoric.

There are only little things, not worth mentioning.

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