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προσίδητ᾽ ἄνομον, regard as lawless: schol. λείπει τὸ ὡς. The omission is remarkable. Doederlein cp. Thuc. 2.72δέχεσθε δὲ ἀμφοτέρους φίλους”, which is less bold: so, too, is O. T. 412τυφλόν μ᾽ ὠνείδισας” (where see n.). In modern Greek, however, (and the use doubtless goes far back,) θεωρεῖν regularly=“"to consider as"” (without ὡς).

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