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μέγα τι σθένοςνίκας=“μεγασθενῆ τινα νίκην”: the victory which she carries off is the glorious proof of her might. Cp. O. C.1088σθένει ᾿πινικείῳ.

ἐκφέρεται: see on 491.—Others explain: (1) ‘carries a great strength out of victory’—i.e., wins with much to spare: (2) ‘advances in mighty conquering force’ (cogn. acc.).

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