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He had, to aid him, further, the property of all the citizens whom he exiled on the ground of Laconism, and of this without scruple he in every case availed himself.
"Elles ont tout vu," he adds simply, and one hopes his correspondent (I forgot whether it was one of the _Inconnues_ or Madame de Montijo) appreciated the Mount-Everest-like Laconism.
Partly romantic, partly humorous, in his Laconism, Plato is however quite serious in locating a certain spirit at Lacedaemon of which his own ideal Republic would have been the completer development; while the picture he draws of it presents many a detail taken straight from
Stimulated by his master's unconcealed Laconism, his approval of contemporary Lacedaemon, he is at the pains to journey thither, and make personal inspection of
The hand of Providence writes often by abbreviatures, hieroglyphicks or short characters, which, like the Laconism  on the wall, are not to be made out but by a hint or key from that Spirit which indited them.
 The reason why Europeans fail to explain their thoughts to Orientals generally is that they transfer the Laconism of Western to Eastern tongues.
11 The reason why Europeans fail to explain their thoughts to Orientals generally is that they transfer the Laconism of Western to Eastern tongues.
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