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[6] Then those who had the slowest horses were evidently being overtaken by those who had the fleetest; and just as Gadatas's men were becoming quite exhausted, because they were already jaded and worn out by their march, they saw Cyrus coming up1 with his army, and one may imagine that they rushed up to them with delight, like men putting into port out of a storm.

1 Cyrus saves the day

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