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κτῆσιν, which could depend on “στένειν”, is perhaps best taken with ἐστερημένῃ. Though the simple “στερεῖσθαι” (as distinguished from “ἀποστερεῖσθαι”) is not usually joined with an acc., there is at least one instance, Helen. 95 “πῶς; οὔ τί που σῷ φασγάνῳ βίον στερείς”;

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