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  • noun Plural form of advocateship.


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  • And this is the case still more with those who mix discourses with actions, who not only, to use the language of Thucydides, [270] "exercise themselves in the presence of danger," but also in regard to pleasures and strifes, and judgements, and advocateships, and magistrateships make a display of their opinions, or rather form their opinions by their practice.

    Plutarch's Morals


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