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τὴν δυσπόν.: cp. 509: Aesch. Pers. 515 δυσπόνητε δαῖμον.

ἀμφ᾽ ἐμοὶ: cp. El. 1143 quoted on 345;

τροφήν, ib. and 352.

σκληρὰν, in appos.; cp. 1173.

ἀλλὰγὰρ, “"but (I need not speak of hardship), for"”:=“"but indeed"”: cp. on 988.

ἕνἔπος, “"one word,"” viz. “φιλεῖν”. Cp. Ant. 53μήτηρ καὶ γυνή, διπλοῦν ἔπος”. (This is better than “"one saying,"i.e. reflection.)

λύει, cancels.

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