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1.but, yet, Lat. at, to introduce an objection or correction, Il., attic; it always begins a sentence or clause, but is placed after the voc., Ἕκτορ, ἀτάρ που ἔφης still thou didst say, Il.:— ἀτάρ sometimes answers to μέν, more emphatic than δέ, Hom., attic attic to mark a rapid transition to another thought, Aesch., etc.; so ἀτὰρ δή Eur.

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