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ἀλλ᾽ οὖνγ̓: cp. 233.

οἷἀτιμίας: cp. 404: Dem. or. 4 § 9οἷ προελήλυθεν ἀσελγείας ἅνθρωπος”. The “ἀτιμία” is the rejection (1018 “ἀπορρίψουσαν”) of Electra's earnest and solemn appeal. She means, ‘you disclaim hatred of me; but at least do not conceal from yourself the cruelty of the slight which you inflict.’

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    • Demosthenes, Philippic 1, 9
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