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    Help with a quote.

    I would like to know what this quote means. "You have done that you should be sorry for.
    There is no terror, Cassius, in your threats,For I am arm'd so strong in honestyThat they pass by me as the idle wind,Which I respect not"

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    Re: Help with a quote.

    What part of it specifically do you not understand once you have looked up the individual words in a dictionary and broken the parts down into smaller parts to look at. For example, I think you probably understand "You have done" or "There is no terror", don't you?

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