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σχολὴν ποιεῖται: finds leisure.

ὁπόθεν κερδανεῖ: than the occupation from which he hopes to gain.

παρέχειν: to raise up.

κακῶν: bad qualities.

εἰ ἔχοι, ἀνέχεται: the opt. supposes a case, the indic. then assumes it as real. So εἴη, τυγχάνει in 5. Cf. εἰ δέ τις τὸ παραυτίκα μὲν μὴ ἐθέλοι ξυμπλεῖν, μετέχειν δὲ βούλεται τῆς ἀποικίας but suppose a man should not care to sail at once (with the expedition) and yet desires a share in the colony Thuc. i. 27. For the indic. in first place, cf. εἰ διαβέβληνται, εἰ φόβοιντο Plato Phaedo 67 E.

εὖ πάσχων ἀνέχεται: lets himself receive favors. See on λαμβάνων 3. ἀνέχεται (lit. endures) is ironical. Cf. ἀνεξόμεθα ὑπὸ σοῦ εὐεργετούμενοι Cyr. v. 1. 26.

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