ἀμηχάνων, such as seem to baffle all treatment: El. 140 “ἀμήχανον ι ἅλγος”: Simonides ap. Plat. Prot. 344C “ἀμήχανος συμφορά.” φυγάς, like “φεῦξιν”: Eur. Helen 799 “λέκτρων...φυγάς”, means of escape from the union; cp. Aristoph. Eq. 759 “κἀκ τῶν ἀμηχάνων πόρους εὐμηχάνους πορίζων.” ξυμπέφρασται, here midd., as Aesch. Suppl. 438 “καὶ δὴ πέφρασμαι”: cp. O. C. 1016 n.
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