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[8] Xenophon meanwhile, since he had become a friend of Cleander, the governor, called to take leave of him, saying that he was to sail home at once. And Cleander said to him: “Do not do so; if you do,” said he, “you will be blamed, for even now certain people are laying it to your charge that the army is slow about moving away.”

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