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Cassius: "I will this night, / In several hands, in at his windows throw, / As if they came from several citizens / Writings, all tending to the great opinion / That Rome holds of his name," (I.ii.315-319).
Casca: "Against the Capitol I met a lion, / Who gazed upon me and went surly by / Without annoying me," (I.iii.20-22)
Brutus: "To think that or our cause or our performance / Did need an oath; when every drop of blood / That every Roman bears, / Is guilty of a several bastardy," (II.i.135-138).
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