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οὔ σοι μὴ μεθέψομαι. When “οὐ μή” stands with the fut. indic., it can express either (1) a prohibition, if joined with the 2nd pers.; or (2) a denial, as here, if joined with the 1st or 3rd pers. Cp. Ar. Ran. 508οὐ μή σ᾽ ἐγὼ” | “περιόψομἀπελθόντ̓”. See n. on Soph. O. C. 177.

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    • Aristophanes, Frogs, 508
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