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[15] The best way however for the accuser to excite the feelings of the judge is to make the charge which he brings against the accused seem as atrocious or, if feasible, as deplorable as possible. Its atrocity may be enhanced by considerations of the nature of the act, the position of its author or the victim, the [p. 393] purpose, time, place and manner of the act: all of which may be treated with infinite variety.

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