Notes On Plato 's ' The Rhodes, And Agesander Of Rhodes '

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Athenodoros of Rhodes, Polydoros of Rhodes, and Agesander of Rhodes.
Louvre Museum in Paris.

De facto : from the fact -distinguishing what 's supposed to be from what is reality
Mala fide:in bad faith -said of an act done with knowledge of its illegality, or with intention to defraud or mislead someone; opposite of bona fide
Per se: through itself

sumerian.
Atlas Shrugged.

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