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Pallid: pâle, blême. poplar: peuplier. reeds: roseaux. rejoicing: réjouissant. relies: compte, fie. renowned: renommé. rude: grossier, impoli, mal élevé. sleek: lisser, lisse. stout: corpulent, fort, gros, stout. sweetly: doucement, de manière douce, de façon douce. victorious: victorieux. yew: if. 52 The Clouds says, in the first place, that he will not permit you to be washed with warm water. And yet, on what principle do you blame the warm baths? JUST CAUSE. Because it is most vile, and makes a man cowardly.

Rejoicing: réjouissant. relies: compte, fie. renowned: renommé. rude: grossier, impoli, mal élevé. sleek: lisser, lisse. stout: corpulent, fort, gros, stout. sweetly: doucement, de manière douce, de façon douce. victorious: victorieux. yew: if. 52 The Clouds says, in the first place, that he will not permit you to be washed with warm water. And yet, on what principle do you blame the warm baths? JUST CAUSE. Because it is most vile, and makes a man cowardly. UNJUST CAUSE. Stop! For immediately I seize and hold you by the waist without escape.

But see that he learns those two causes; the better, whatever it may be; and the worse, which, by maintaining what is unjust, overturns the better. % SOCRATES. He shall learn it himself from the two causes in person. [Exit SOCRATES] STREPSIADES. I will take my departure. Remember this now, that he is to be able to reply to all just arguments. [Exit STREPSIADES and enter JUST CAUSE and UNJUST CAUSE]. JUST CAUSE. Come hither! Show yourself to the spectators, although being audacious. UNJUST CAUSE.

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