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καὶ, O. T. 368 n. The first “καὶ” here is not ‘both.’

ὀρθῶς, ‘rightly’: i.e. do your words express what you really

mean to say? (Not, merely, ‘truly,’ i.e. in accordance with the fact: cp. 99 n.)


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