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ἀλλ̓, “"nay"”; cp. 237. In ἐξυφηγοῦ (only here), “ἐκ” refers to the moment of starting, while “ὑπό”=“"onward,"” as in “ὑπάγω”.

ἔχων ἔχει, cp. our phrase, “"the biter bitten."Aesch. Ag. 340οὔ τἂν ἑλόντες αὖθις ἀνθαλοῖεν ἄν”. Hor. Ep. 2. 1. 156capta ferum victorem cepit.Isaiah xiv. 2and they shall take them captives, whose captives they were.

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