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τὰ ὦτα προακούουσι: pl. with neut. subj., on account of the preceding and following pls., to preserve ‘concinnity.’

τούτων: refers back with emphasis to the omitted antec. of . See G. 1030; H. 996 b.

εὐεργετῶν οὐδενὸς λείπεται: is behindhand in none with his good offices. For the supplementary participle with λείπεται, see G. 1580; H. 981. Cf. ἐλλείπεσθαι ποιῶν ii. 6. 5.

πολλάκις : with conj. omitted, as often in an explanatory clause (‘explicative asyndeton’). Kr. Spr. 59. 1. 5.

πρὸ τοῦ φίλου: sc. ἐξεργαζόμενος, ἰδών, ἀκούσας, διανύσας.

μέν, δέ: as in i. 4. 17.

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