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[10] And if the parts are possible, so also is the whole; and if the whole is possible, so also are the parts, speaking generally; for instance, if the front, toe-cap, and upper leather,1 can be made, then shoes can be made, and if shoes, then the above parts.

1 The meaning of the Greek words is quite uncertain.

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