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χαίρουσιν οὖν τούτοισιν..; Though ἐν has L's support, οὖν, the prevalent reading, is far better. With “ἐν”, the sense would be, ‘rejoice under these circumstances’ (not, ‘in these things’); see on Tr. 1118ἐν οἷς” | “χαίρειν προθυμεῖ”.

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