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[664d] The next singers will be the third choir, of those over thirty and under sixty; and lastly, there were left those who, being no longer able to uplift the song, shall handle the same moral themes in stories and by oracular speech.

Clinias
Whom do you mean, Stranger, by these third choristers. For we do not grasp very clearly what you intend to convey about them.

Athenian
Yet they are in fact the very people to whom most of our previous discourse was intended to lead up.

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