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Κατεσκευάσαντο—‘fonnd quarters.’

ὡς ἕκαστός πουAristoph. Eq. 792, Andoc. ap. Suid. s.v. σκάνδιξ. Andocides refers to the difficulty of getting good food.

ἐχώρησε—from this early trans. use of χωρεῖν comes the meaning ‘receive’ of persons, as in St. Matthew xix. 12.

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