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Men's natures vary, and their habits differ,  but virtue is always manifest. Likewise the training that come of education conduces greatly to virtue; for not only is modesty wisdom, but it has also the rare grace  of seeing by its better judgment what is right; whereby a glory, ever young, is shed over life by reputation. A great thing it is to hunt virtue, for women when they love  secretly; while in men, an inborn sense of order, shown in countless ways, adds to a city's greatness.
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