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[654b] and the educated man fully choir-trained?

Clinias
Certainly.

Athenian
Choir-training, as a whole, embraces of course both dancing and song.

Clinias
Undoubtedly.

Athenian
So the well-educated man will be able both to sing and dance well.

Clinias
Evidently.

Athenian
Let us now consider what this last statement of ours implies.

Clinias
Which statement?

Athenian
Our words are,—” he sings well and dances well”:

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