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[524] ἀτρέμας: motionless. Made more definite by the following clause.

εὕδῃσι: cf. (“Ζεὺς”) “κοιμήσας δ᾽ ἀνέμους Μ” 281, (“ἀνέμους Ζεὺς”) “ἐκέλευσε καὶ εὐνηθῆναι ἅπαντας ε” 384, ‘As when from mountain-tops the dusky clouds| Ascending while the north wind sleeps, Milton, Par. Lost ii. 488 f. — “ἔστησεν”, on which this depends, is ‘gnomic,’ and thus syntactically equiv. to a present.

ἄλλων: not attrib. with “ἀνέμων”, but the latter is added in apposition. See on “μήτηρ” 313.

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