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ἀδέρκτων: “"being deprived of thy sightless eyes,"”=“"being deprived of thine eyes, so that they shall see no more,"” the adj. being proleptic: cp. 1088 “τὸν εὔαγρον” n.

τητώμενος: the pres. “τητᾶσθαι” denotes a state (“"to be without"”), not an act (“"to lose"”); cp. Hes. Op. 408μὴ σὺ μὲν αἰτῇς ἄλλον, δ᾽ ἀρνῆται, σὺ δὲ τητᾷ”, “"and thou remain in want."

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