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τεύξει need not be explained as an attraction for “ὧν τεύξει”, since the neut. plur. acc. of pronouns and adjectives can stand after “τυγχάνειν” and “κυρεῖν”, rather as a cognate or adverbial acc. than as directly governed by the verb: cp. Aesch. Cho. 711τυγχάνειν τὰ πρόσ-” “φορα”, and see on O. T. 1298.

σὺν πόθῳ χάρις, the grace shown (by granting thy wish) is combined with a desire (on our own part).

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    • Aeschylus, Libation Bearers, 711
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