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τῆς . . . χώρας . . . ἐστέρηντοστερεῖν is to withhold something forcibly or fraudulently from its owner; as Demosth. speaks of himself as ἐστερημένος τῶν πατρῴων by his guaidians.

ἐν γῇ ἀποκρότῳ—with ἀπεχωλοῦντο; the two causes being expressed in different constructions, as often. Xen. in his treatise on riding refers to the roughness of the ground in parts of Attica, and gives advice to riders.

ξυνεχῶς ταλαιπωροῦντεςby continual fatigue.

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