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ὧνἄοκνος, quorum secura (cp. 23): she had no apprehension of such results. The MS. ἄοκνον, an epithet of “βλάβαν”, is explained as ‘not shrinking,’ i.e., ‘not delaying,’ ‘hastening on.’ But (a) such a personification is strange; and (b) “ὧν” has then to be taken, somewhat awkwardly, with “τὰ μὲν” in 843.

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