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νῦν δ᾽ αὖ. Though in L δ᾽ has been inserted by a later hand, it is found in A, and its omission by the first hand in L (which has made other such oversights) cannot weigh much against it. Some of the recent edd. omit it: but the effect of νῦν αὖ without it would here be intolerably abrupt. For αὖ (‘in our turn’) cp. 7.

μόνα δή, ‘all alone’: Tr. 1063μόνη με δὴ καθεῖλε”: Ai. 992ἁπάντων δή”: so esp. with superlatives, ib. 858πανύστατον δή”: Thuc. 1.50μεγίστη δή”.

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