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Not an example at all. He's just repeating himself: by definition, Romans are his countrymen, and his countrymen are Romans, since he is a Roman, and he clearly means to say that they are also his friends. He's just engaging in rhetorical repetition.
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  • In the Muppets TV special ''Hey, Cinderella!'', everyone in the kingdom is invited to the ball except frogs, with the explicit intention of excluding Kermit.
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