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2. τυχὸν, perhaps, acc. abs. (M.T. 851).—ἀναισθητῶν, senselessly: I follow Vömel, Bekk., and West. in this reading, though ἀναίσθητον (adv.) has better MS. authority.— ὅμως, nevertheless, with reference to ἀναισθητῶν.—μήτε...γράψαι: the direct form would be οὔτ᾽ ἂν ἑμοῦ γράψειε βέλτιον οὐδεὶς: for μή thus used with infin. in or. obl., see M.T. 685, and Liddell and Scott, art. μή, B. 5, C. ἄν belongs to γράψαι, πρᾶξαι, and πρεσβεῦσαι, and βέλτιον to γράψαι and πρᾶξαι.
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