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Fama, quae suspicionem inducit, oriri debet apud bonos et graves, non quidem malevolos et maledicos, sed providaset fide dignas personas, non semel sed saepius, quia clamor minuit et defamatio manifestat.

Latin. Rumor, which inducessuspicion, ought to have its origin among good and serious minded persons, not indeed from the malevolent and evil-tongued, but from cautious and worthy persons, not once, but often because praise dies out and evil gossip spreads.

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