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συντον-ία , ,
A.tension, of the body or its organs, Hp.Acut.(Sp.29, Pl.Ti.84e, Arist.HA540a6, al., Thphr.Lass.7, Gal.6.174, 7.789; ῥώμη ς. Id.6.154.
2. tension of mind, intense application or exertion, opp. ἄνεσις, Arist.Pol.1341b41, Rh.1370a12; “ς. ψυχῆς πρὸς τὸ καταμαθεῖνPl.Def.413d.
II. intensity, “φλεγμονῆςHp.Prog.6 (interpol. in 2 codd., om. Kühl.); “φορᾶςEpicur.Ep.2p.45U.
III. agreement, “τῶν οὐρανίων πρὸς τὰ ἐπίγειαChrysipp.Stoic.2.172.
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