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οὐ μήποτε. S gives οὐδὲ μηπ., but it does not appear that any satisfactory explanation of οὐδὲ could be given here. Cf. Phil. 1. 44.

γένηται. Some good MSS. have γενήσεται, which would be equally legitimate. After verbs of fearing and the like ὅπως μὴ is occasionally used in place of the simple μή, without any difference being made thereby in the meaning or construction.

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