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[133] ἐπαξίως )which would usually have a genitive( implies the standard—worthily of his own godhead, or of the occasion— and is slightly stronger than ἀξίως. Cp. Eur. Hec. 168ἀπωλέσατ᾽, ὠλέσατ᾽”: Eur. Orest. 181διοιχόμεθ᾽, οἰχόμεθ”: Eur. Alc. 400ὑπάκουσον, ἄκουσον.

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