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1 Or, “the ways of doing this are various” （Jebb）.
2 The illustration is lost or perhaps purposely omitted as well known. The Teucer was a tragedy of Sophocles.
3 It would be absurd to use such an argument against the accusation of a “just man” like Aristides, and to pretend that he is more likely to have committed the crime. It must only be used when the opponent's character is suspect, and lends itself to such a retort.
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