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ἀπακρι_βόομαι , be highly wrought or finished,πρὸς κάλλοςPl.Lg. 810b; “λόγος ἀπηκριβωμένοςId.Ti.29c, Isoc.4.11, cf. Pl.Phlb.59d; “παιδείαIsoc.15.190; τὰ μάλιστ᾽ ἀπηκρ. the most perfect creatures, Arist.PA666a28; of persons, ἀπηκριβωμένος ἐπί τινι accurately versed in a thing, Isoc.12.28; cf. ἀπηκριβωμένως.
II. Med., finish off, make perfect, of sculpture, APl.4.172 (Alex.Aet.), cf. 5.342; “. ταῖς γραμμαῖςLuc.Im.16 (Pass.).
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    • Isocrates, Panathenaicus, 28
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    • Plato, Laws, 810b
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