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[29] But these same words, if separated, will form no exception to the rule: or if the custom under discussion prevails, the old law [p. 93] of the language will disappear. (This law is more difficult for the Greeks to observe, because they have several dialects, as they call them, and what is wrong in one may be right in another.) But with us the rule is simplicity itself.

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