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Cho.
This man has a spirit not void of courage, but prompt. Know, that if you learn these matters from me, you will possess among mortals a glory as high as heaven.

Strep.
What shall I experience?

Cho.
You shall pass with me the most enviable of mortal lives the whole time.

Strep.
Shall I then ever see this?

Cho.
Yea, so that many be always seated at your gates, wishing to communicate with you and come to a conference with you, to consult with you as to actions and affidavits of many talents, as is worthy of your abilities.

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