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[280e] and we have left, as it would seem, just the art we were seeking, which furnishes protection from the weather, manufactures a defence of wool, and is called the art of weaving.

Younger Socrates
That seems to be the case.

But, my boy, this is not yet completely stated; for the man who is engaged in the first part of the making of clothes

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