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ἀρτίως marks her sense of the sudden change from the despair which she was feeling but a few moments before.

οὓς, meaning herself: for the plur., cp. O. T. 1184ξὺν οἷς τ̓” | “οὐ χρῆν ὁμιλῶν, οὕς τέ μ᾽ οὐκ ἔδει κτανών.

ἐχρήζετε: cp. 171.

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