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[ .184 said, ‘Have you ever seen him 2'. “No,” replied the peasant. ‘well then,' said Hegiage, ‘lift up thine eyes. It is to him thou art speaking.’ The Arab, without manifesting the least surprise, looked up to him and said, “Do you know who I am 7” No, replied the Caliph. The man said, “I am one of the family of Zobais, every one of whose descendants becomes foolish one day in the year, This is my day for becoming foolish.” The Caliph Smiled at this excuse, and forgave him. 79. Pyrrhus. Pyrrhus, King of Epirus in Greece, having heard one day that two young men while drinking together, had abused him in very violent anglag, caused them to be brought into his ജ്ജം, and asked them if it was true that they had dared to speak in disrespectful language of their Prince. They replied that it was indeed true, and said, that they should