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“ [34] Other effects may be obtained by the graduation or contrast of clauses, by the elegant inversion of words, by [p. 369] arguments drawn from opposites, asyndeton, paraleipsis, correction, exclamation, meiosis, the employment of a word in different cases, moods and tenses, the correspondence of subsequent particulars with others previously mentioned, the addition of a reason for what is advanced, the assignment of a reason for each distinct statement;”

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