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[3] 5. προκειμένηςopen to all.

7. εἶταand actually as a climax of arrogance an object if you help us.

9. ἐν αἰτίᾳ ἔχειν—a frequent idiom in Thuc. (Kr., followed by Steup, reads ὠφελίας εἴ τε ἐν ... δεόμεθα, πολὺ δή κτλ.)

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