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[296] οὐ: const with “ἔτι”, as in prose they are united, “οὐκέτι”, § 37 b “γ”.

ὀίω: with the fut. inf., as v. 170. — This verse is parallel with v. 289.

297 = “Δ 39, Ε 259, Ι 611, Π” 444, 851, “Φ 94, λ 454, π 281, 299, ρ 548, τ” 236, 495, 570. — Used when the speaker changes the subject in the middle of his speech; it is followed by the new thought without a conj. — cf. accipite ergo animis atque haec mea figite dicta Verg. Aen. iii. 250.

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