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χρῇς. For “χρῇ, χρῇς”, see on Ant. 887εἴτε χρῇ θανεῖν εἴτ᾽ ἐν τοιαύτῃ ζῶσα τυμβεύειν στέγῃ” (where “ζῶσα” excludes “χρή”). Here, as in El. 606κήρυσσέ μ᾽ εἰς ἅπαντας, εἴτε χρῇς κακήν, χρή” is not impossible, but is so much less suitable than “χρῇς” that the latter may be considered certain.

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