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παρασπάσει, sc. κασίγνητος”. Cp. Ant. 791σὺ καὶ δικαίων ἀδίκους φρένας παρασπᾷς ἐπὶ λώβᾳ”, "thou wrenchest the minds e'en of the just unto injustice, for their bane."

μή=(“ταῦτα”) “ μή” (1175), “"in respect of such words as shall not be spoken for thy good,"”—a tribute, marked by feminine tact, to her father's judgment.

λέξεται is always pass. in trag.: cp. 581 “δηλώσεται”, and see on O. T. 672.

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