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χάρις: when the benefit (the thing done) should bring with it no sense of a favour conferred: χάρις and χάριν being used in two different senses: cp. “χάριν ἄχαριν...ἐπικρᾶναι” (Aesch. Ag. 1545) to grant a boon which gives no pleasure.

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