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[413] σὺ καὶ δέδορκας “Thou both has sight and dost not see,” i.e. thou hast sight, and at the same time dost not see. The conject. of Reiske and Brunck, σύ, καὶ δεδορκώςthough having sight), οὐ βλέπεις, spoils the direct contrast with τυφλόν.

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