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σῴζειν, to give him a safe refuge: ἀρκεῖν, to come to his rescue ( El. 322ἐσθλός, ὥστ᾽ ἀρκεῖν φίλοις”), if anyone seeks to take him thence by force.

οἵας τε, sc.εἶναι”, here synonymous with ἔχειν. After “οἷός τε” this ellipse of “εἰμί” is frequent.

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