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ὀργα^ν-ικός , ή, όν,
A.serving as organs or instruments, instrumental, esp. of the several parts of the body, Arist.PA646b26: distd. from τὰ κινητικά, Id.GA742b10 ; “τὰ . μέρηId.EN1110a16, cf. PA661b29, GA739b14, al. ; αἱ . [ἀρεταί], of a slave, Id.Pol.1259b23 ; “. καὶ μηχανικαὶ κατασκευαίPlu.2.718f; esp. of war-engines, “ . βίαD.S.17.43 ; “. κατασκευαίOnos.42.3 : metaph., . εἰς πλήθη λόγος speech which is brought to bear on the mob, Plu.Cat.Mi.4 ; of musicians, practical, opp. λογικοί (theoretical), Id.2.657e ; “ἐποιεῖτο ἀκροάσεις λογικάς τε καὶ .Supp.Epigr.2.184.6 (Tanagra, ii B.C.) ; so of surgeons, “τῶν . οἱ διασημότεροιPMed.Lond.155.2.13 ; . (sc. τέχνη) Plu.Marc.14 ; but ὀργανικός, = λογικός, logical, Elias in Porph.115.17. Adv. “-κῶςby way of instruments, Arist.EN1099b28; “-κώτερονmaking more use of instruments, Cael.504.33 ; “τὸ κινοῦν An.433b21.
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    • Diodorus, Historical Library, 17.43
    • Plutarch, Cato Minor, 4
    • Plutarch, Marcellus, 14
    • Onasander, Strategicus, 42.3
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