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That in regard to the criminal information, therefore, neither Theocrines nor anyone of those who speak in his behalf will have any just argument to advance, I take it you are all pretty well assured. I fancy, however, that they will try to maintain that criminal informations may not be lodged against those who are not registered on the Acropolis,1 and that it is not right to consider those as debtors whose names no one has given over to the collectors,

1 The names of those who were debtors to the state were inscribed on pillars set up in the Acropolis.

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