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[563] ἀπαειρόμενον, our colloquial ‘taking myself off.’ The act. “ἀπαίρειν” is familiar in this sense in Attic prose and verse, e.g. Eur. Cycl. 131ὡς ἀπαίρωμεν χθονός” : the mid. seems not to recur. For the independent subj. with “μή” cf. notes on 1.26, 16.128.

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