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ἐμφορεῖς (ingeris), “"heapest on me,"” “"urgest against me,"” is supported, as against ἐμφέρεις, by the common use of the word in later Greek, as Plut. Pomp. 3πολλὰς ἐνεφόρει πληγὰς τοῖς στρώμασιν”: Alciphro 1. 9 “ἐπὶ τῷ σφετέρῳ κέρδει εἰς τοὺς ἀπράγμονας ἐμφοροῦσιν ὕβρεις”, “"for their own gain they heap insults on quiet people."

φόνους: the rhetorical pl., as 962.

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