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πράσσεινπανδίκως, to do these things ‘with full justification,’ i.e., as a duty imposed by a father's solemn command.—Others explain, ‘command me absolutely’: but “πανδίκως” could not mean “παντελῶς”: see on 611.—For the place of οὖν in the verse, cp. O. C.1205, Ph.121.

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