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98. The friendship of one intelligent man is better than that of all the unintelligent.
1 99. Life is not worth living for the man who has not even one good friend. 1 Cp.
Heracleitus, Frg. 49. 100. The man whose tested friends do not stay long I02.
The man whose tested friends do not stay long with him is bad-tempered. 101.
Many avoid their friends when they fall from wealth to poverty. 1 02. In all things,
equality is fair, excess and deficiency not so, in my opinion. 103. The man who ...
When they understand the arrangement, they listen. (From 'On Concord'; context
unknown). 64. New friendships are close, but old ones are closer. 65. Many who
have friends do not know it, but choose as companions admirers of their wealth ...
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