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Theaetetus is his name, Socrates; but I believe the property was squandered by trustees. Nevertheless, Socrates, he is remarkably liberal with his money, too.

It is a noble man that you describe. Now please tell him to come here and sit by us.

I will. Theaetetus, come here to Socrates.

Yes, do so, Theaetetus, that I may look at myself and see what sort of a face I have;

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